You exist in indifference
Like a clear sky above a savage sea.
By the whips of your coldness,
Drops of my emotions are squandered
Into the terrible sands of restlessness.
Don’t you know that I exist?
Then why do you look with eyes
Soaked in a pool of wilderness,
That suffocate every little breath
Of solace and happiness?
Know that every tryst has got a fate.
A fulfilling bond, a cruel frown, or…
I look and daze,
And wonder what to do.
And come out with just one clue.
Why don’t you give me a single glance ,
That has all the pricks and cruel stance,
Of your indifference that bleeds my heart,
With such passive zeal that never ceases.
So that I die in a single stroke,
Than to be killed in bits and pieces.