And there I was,
Standing in front of her,
The place was gloomy.
As it was the hospital
I walked closer to her
She asked “Who are you?”
“I’m here to tell you a story”
She smiled and her eyes sparkled,
As if her eyes hold the stars, the universe and the galaxies.
The story was very ordinary
A rich seventeen year old girl,
And a poor seventeen year old boy,
Both met and fell in love.
They laughed, they cried,
They played, they scream,
Oblivious of the fact that
The love they shared is soon
about to part their ways.
Millionaire parents wanted a prince and a stallion,
And they found poor guy not competent enough.
So they took their princess,
And went far away with their guff.
But the story doesn’t have a culmination here
10 years passed.
The God make them confront again.
The poor guy wasn’t rugged anymore.
But the gods had planned something else for them.
As she told him, she was engaged.
She had lost all hopes and moved on,
But life has always keep her prawn
Her first love has retrived.
And now she was just grieved.
(Why life is so unfair for the people who love?)
A guy she had met a month before,
Or the one she wished to spend her life with.
“Oh! I know what happened next”
She hugged me and i felt so complete,
“I choose my first love, i choose you.”
I smiled as my wife remembered our time.
We talked, we chated
And shared our long lost love.
Soon after fifteen minutes she shouted,
“Who you are? Don’t come near me.”
And i realised she lost her memory again.
And i stood there, holding our love book.
On the first page, it was written,
‘The story of our lives by
To my love, Noah
Read this to me,
Till i come back to you’
And now i was to read it,
For ther eighteenth time.
It was her bed time now,
I went to her hospital room,
She was sleeping.
She looked so innocent,
Even in her seventies,
She looked like a child.
I went closer, held her hand,
And she wasn’t breathing now.
Something choaked me inside.
I slept next to her.
I hugged her, and closed my eyes.
And i guess, this was our little piece of love.
We lived together, we died together.
But our love didn’t,
It belonged to eternity.
This was our little infinity.