The Lark
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The Lark


A soldier on his lover

Photo by freestocks on Unsplash

The last day of that winter
Wishes made to remember
Clocks still in their slumber
Carrying hope that stays
Deserting all her dreams
I Propelled me from her
Dimness defined her charm
Curly tresses cascading down
Pleading looks pronounced love
I stood to freeze in her grace
Craving to brace her warmth
Slender fingers groped in air
To say goodbye again in vain
Eyes welled up to say nothing
Words fainted and…




The Lark shares fictional short stories and poetry

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Subashini Nachimuthu

Subashini Nachimuthu

English teacher | Loves nature, travelling, poetry | Studied literature | Big fan of Jane Austen novels | GmailID:

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