Love, kiss and painful good bye


They held each other tight, their necks cupped as their lips melted.

His mouth smelled a halitosis of tobacco as she violently pushes him.

She walks away as he stood like a statue, eyeing her shadow slowly disappearing.

It was the last kiss.

She never looked back but took heavy steps.

Her eyes were moist.

He lay on the grass, trying to play circumstances that brought them apart.

The hearts sank like shards of glasses, scattered on the ground.

It will be matter of days when they remain strangers for the rest of their lives.

They shall live in different parts of the world.

Yet! Their hearts shall long for each other, getting buried in spasm of pain.

Final good bye can be painful like hearts that grow apart.

Bruises will be nursed,

the souls shall never be complete without each other.

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24 thoughts on “Love, kiss and painful good bye

  1. Such a simple yet effective use of words.Final goodbyes are always heart wrenching.Although, I wonder if it is their final goodbye….would social media ever manage to let them be ?! 😉
    I’m not sure if my comment got published previously, so writing it again…please delete one of them if you see two comments.

    • They are heart wrenching and so emotionally sad. I wonder how it will be in social media and best thing, try not to be in touch coz it can be even more painful. Thanks for the kind words Vinodinii.

  2. parting is always sad.. and yet the most number of poems or songs that have been written are on parting and saddness ..

    I hate to say bye to anyone

    • Thanks. Parting can be painful and reverberates through the soul, since they may never cross path but keep hopping in each other’s soul from time to time. When it happens, it can be more painful than the past.

  3. sometimes best intentions cant keep two persons together.. the best for both is to move on, the pang will remain but it is better to nurse a wound in place of turning it into gangrene by neglect or constant poking 🙂

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