Here’s the video of my 19th poem in National Poetry Writing Month 2018 challenge.
The poem is originally published on my blog
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The Truth Teller
Her musing chatters
Are always the talk of the conversation.
She often openly
Explains the nature of society
But later, apologizes for telling the truth
To avoid defamation.
At first, it’s hard to digest those stories
That too coming from a woman
But later, my ears got used to her feminine voice
And my head starts nodding in admiration.
Believe me, I am not in love with this girl
In fact, my doubtful behaviour is not even close
To the first sign of love – Infatuation!
One day, my moody brain started mumbling
Asking me to go to a fancy restaurant.
The café was fantastic in its glossy ambience
With the romantic candle-lit set table, salient!
Ah, my mind couldn’t stop
The slideshow of her passionate-in-talk face
But the eyes quickly responded by spotting her,
Looked so silent!
I let the best out of my creep
And jumped right in front of her to say ‘Hi’
She looked at me for almost a minute
And said, “I am fine!”
Her uncomfortable senses are clearly visible
And the face emanated horrendous lines.
There was a clear distinction between these two girls
One was confidently true to herself
But the second was living in a fearful lie!
The 19th poem on the 20th day in the series of NaPoWriMo 2018 challenge.
The song of the day is Houdini by Foster the People.
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