I know a tale, beautiful but doomed

That seemed so perfect once, but now flawed.

She was not like those alpha demi goddesses,

Yet I did fall for those fiery sparkle of her eyes.

She never promised me an eternity,

Yet I did fall for that ethereal innocence.

 She had stabs, scars and flaws,

Yet her face glowed like a winter moon.

We were so close, yet miles apart

Our heartbeats synced, yet it broke

She was that rain, solemn and pure,

I were that broken shell, lone and scarred.

And every time we inched closer,

We were forced to be apart.

Once she took me with her,

And my eyes rained with love and cheer,

Not knowing that it was a faint silver line,

Which would soon vanish in thin air.

But the way she did hold me close

Closer to her profusely bleeding heart,

Is all I would ever need to live this life.

But no one believes this story of mine,

The most beautiful love story in time.


The best love stories are the imaginary ones, right!😊

Darling, you got into my veins!

~ Sahil Lakhmani

The rustling of leaves, the whistle of the wind,
The moon shining bright and the howling cold breeze.
It made me anxious and I felt a twitch,
It made me ponder, it made me think.
When everything goes right, when everything goes mercifully, 
There comes this slightest of doubt, this ambiguity.
Is everything really fine, is everything really glee, 
Or are we the mere puppets, pretending it playfully?

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This is how I proposed a girl in a sarcastic and ‘ mathematical ‘ way :

” Eight years ago, I was passing by your rectangular house in trigonometric lane.There I saw you with your cute circular face, conical nose and spherical eyes, standing in your triangular garden. Before seeing you my heart was a null set, but when a vector of a particular Magnitude from your eyes at a deviation of theta radians made a tangent to my heart, my heart differentiated.

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