False Hope

Its our first date and quite nervous I am,
Covered in simplicity I wait for the follower of glam.
Quaking fingers taking care of my hair,
Last look through the mirror, and he is almost here.
As my eyes fall on his folded sleeves, perfect shoes  and well kept beard…
My heart starts beating faintly with every step he comes near.
The curve of his smile sets my soul on fire,
Spellbound I stand, as every little bit of him I admire.
Drinking in his persona, I stare at him without a blink,
Wondering if its another daydream of mine, with his glowing beauty I sink.
Why shall he want me in his life?
While the girls around are with better face, waist and thighs…
With unbaked thoughts, insecurity and fear,
I keep my eyes down and the smile from my face disappears.
The dinner date ends with silence from my side,
I deny his roses and his proposal for a ride.
“Impossible a guy like him can fall for a girl like me!”
I m an ugly chubby complicated moody bitch indeed!
With firm conviction I walk alone without a bye,
“He is just a false hope.” I mutter and let out a muffled cry.


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43 thoughts on “False Hope

      1. Thank you.
        Yes I write with earnest desire to pen down the true and crude emotion I hold. I dont like overdosing the words or using fancy complicated phases. I write simple so that even the ones who isn’t interested in poetry reads, understands and relates to it.
        I aim to make the Indians fall in love with poetry. πŸ™‚


      2. That’s really a unique thought process … I am glad I got to know you and your blog as well.
        Your desire for writing and your words as well touch the hearts of people and that’s totally true.
        The reason I am telling this is that I am not someone who loves poetries. It’s really hard to understand the true depth of any poem because it has a lot of dimensions hidden behind those very few words.
        But your style makes it really simple for me to percieve the true meaning of that poem.
        Really great job!πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ˜ƒ

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