A LETTER (UNSENT)

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It’s crumbled up madness
Lines in verge of fade,
With each tear
Falling as I cave,

It’s my reflection
That’s unrecognizably changed,
Life and death intertwined,
Why do we love in vain?

It’s too high a price,
Age has made us pay
As I stand upon your grave
Holding the letter, forever unsent.

-Sanghamitra Chakrabarty

Copyright © 2016

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95 thoughts on “A LETTER (UNSENT)

  1. Greatly written poem.

    You have stepped and tackled a cinematic poetic feel of pain and sadness.

    I love these lines you wrote.

    Age has made us pay
    As I stand upon your grave
    Holding the letter, forever unsent.

    Beautifully executed and well done. 🙂

    P.S Thank you for liking my poem. and Thank you for following my page. 🙂

    Hi! allow me to introduce myself – I’m Charlie Zero, pleasure to make your acquaintance. 🙂

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      1. well that’s true but I am kinda negative person you might have sensed that if have read some of my poems but i try to look from other people’s perspective and try to better my self . again your poems were a nice read.

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  2. A master craft especially the lines “It’s too high a price,
    Age has made us pay
    As I stand upon your grave
    Holding the letter, forever unsent.” So glad to follow you. How the simple words have been cast in an awesome shape, is just brilliant. Also, I think you should try the online competitions. You can surely win. Keep sharing your thoughts. And yes, nice gravatar anyways.:)

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