Unnoticed Yet Necessary – A Poem

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He looked into my eyes

Red, swollen, unslept

I tried to smile

Memories of erstwhile

I’d leave him long back already

But he stood unnoticed but necessary

He saw me move & saw me fall

He saw me fail & saw me crawl

I’d leave him long back already

Still he stood unnoticed but necessary

Today I met him yet again

My cold hands he held in rain

Many a came in the meanwhile

None a steady hand or glory to stand high

I’d leave him long back already

Yet he stood unnoticed but necessary

A look at him a lot he changed

His arms now stronger and

the hair I liked longer

Not heeding my tears asked I

Reason for waiting and the why

As I’d leave him long back already

Why he stood unnoticed but necessary

“Ananya” the first word I heard

That moment for me the world blurred

“Many did come and pass by

And you ask me I stay why

All wanted you as silent wind

None could handle your heart’s stormy cry

I knew the waves come to kiss the shore

I can handle your heart’s storm core

Yes, you did leave me long back already

You my love, reason for me to remain unnoticed yet necessary

You my treasure, reason for me to remain unnoticed yet necessary.”

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