A GUY (PART-I) (Poem)

Woman's Era - - Contents - – An­shu Gupta.

I sat in the corner, ex­cus­ing my­self from the crowd, There were too many peo­ple and the mu­sic was loud. I went to a side with a drink of cola in my hand, Be­fore I was about to leave, I met a guy un­planned. He was busy search­ing for some an­swers in the sky, Notic­ing his face, I could guess he was not like an or­di­nary guy. There was some­thing in his face and eyes, which per­plexed me; He was truth­ful, hon­est and in­no­cent, is all I could fore­see. Some­thing made me ask him, “Do you need any help?” He turned to me and sim­ply smiled at my of­fer of help. He just asked if I could go with him for a lit­tle walk? My mouth popped out an im­me­di­ate “Yes” and I was shocked. We talked, we laughed, we cried, we en­joyed. And now I feel I was a bit cracked, For let­ting him go with­out know­ing where he could be tracked. Back home, each night I pray to meet him again, From think­ing about him, my mind can­not ab­stain.

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