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Expressed with an "UN"

If only I could express ..
This feeling of bonding with you
This feeling of belonging of the two
This feeling of longingness
And how every second without you it grew
This feeling of sensing your presence as if my soul is rejuvenated and suddenly its new
This feeling of serenity, God grants only too few
This feeling of security, as of its that dream coming true...
Which in sleep I used to view…

If only I could express
What to me you mean
I am amazed at the way when you treat me like a queen
Every day I pray nothing should come in between,
Coz everyday my hearts just wants us together to be seen….

If only I could express
What difference you have made
It’s like coming from the harsh sun into a wonderful shade
Sometimes I feel it must be some good deeds of the pervious birth which are getting paid
I cross my fingers and pray so that this wonderful phase should never fade

If only I could express
How agonizing it is to see the pain in your eyes
I firmly believe it’s because I have with you unbreakable ties
I have nothing to hide and no lies
With you my aspiration and dreams just flies….

If only I could express
With you around I don’t have to make an effort to impress
Sometimes I may act as if “you” I possess
Truly I am not ashamed to confess
Without you life will be much more less
If only I could express…….


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Expressions which could not be expressed .. therefore remains "unexpressed"

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Submitted by mannpritgujral on August 23, 2021

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Quick analysis:

Scheme Abbabbbbb Acccc Adddd Aeeee AaaaaA
Closest metre Iambic hexameter
Characters 1,322
Words 258
Stanzas 5
Stanza Lengths 9, 5, 5, 5, 6

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