A MILLION MOMENTS by Sujil Chandra Bose.

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If I have to say this again

I will, a million times

Till the winter shies and summer dries

What I read in your eyes

I see nowhere, Never not the valleys

Or the hilltops

Not among the cities

Where the lights blinds everything

Never in the villages

Where everyone hides the lights

Here in the middle of nothing

Where only the breath of two lips

Fan the fire like never before

Where the rain and the rainbows

Stand still, watching heaven come down

What remains are only

The space, the shells and

Memories that struggle to leave

And the lazy smile, the loosening grip

Wakes up against the morning gaze.

Somewhere in the loud distance

Strings play the faith and lute

Play the darkness

Nothings come back in a rush

Of madness that the limbs

Come back to shame the lights

Even the day played hide and seek

As the beings made the lost

Time count back, walking hand over hand

If I have to say this again

I will, a million times

Not just a breath I missed this life

Or a taste I lost in the miles

But a fragrance my soul

Hates to leave for a second

Without it, it chokes

It rants and raves till

Another time, another moon

When the rush comes back to mount

And bind the hours in fever.

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