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A Curse

written by: Aishwarya Chauhan


You and I went on a long drive,
under the roof of stars.
My head was resting on your shoulder
while you were driving the car.

I kissed the scar on your left eyebrow
and then on your upper lip.
You looked into my eyes
on the steering, you loosened your grip.

I smiled.
You smiled back.
On the radio,
played a romantic soundtrack.

Nothing could be more beautiful than two of us.
After that drive, we fell apart.
Maybe it was our fate
or a curse.

Aishwarya Chauhan

Aishwarya Chauhan

My name is Aishwarya Chauhan. I live in India. I write poems. I'm writing my first novel.
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