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written by: Sham Kumar Monger



The day was friendly when they met
The killer smiles what they traded-----
Within themselves, a beginning
Beautiful dreams they long coveted
The world was lush an' in its virginity
The winds sing sang for them---
An' the moon entertained 'em, but----
The breakup was inevitable

'O' angel! I cannot live without you'
He uttered to himself in the dark
Furious she became, then----
The pleas of him was a useless shit
Crumpled by her anger, torn an' dumped
Tho' the reality, he smiled at the past glee, but-----
The breakup was inevitable

'He cheated me, I really curse him'
She boiled herself into rage---
'But, anyways, he's the one to suffer'
She chuckled herself into merriment
In his part, partition was loss of his half life
Tho' reality, he smiled at the past glee, but----
The breakup was inevitable

Under the willow tree he sat-------
Reminiscing the cutesy love an' jiffy--
Dropping his tears, down his cheeks
Unknown dilemma, filled his mind
Tides of waves came to calm him down----
He smiles at their benevolence, but---
The breakup was inevitable

Winds that sung when they're together-----
Now turned to be a violent storm---
Twisting and tearing his lush anticipations---
When he's alone an' gone insane
Sun of tranquillity covered its face with palms----
Rainbow formed to amuse him, but-----
The breakup was inevitable

'Roma is You' Majesty, married to the King-----
Now obliterate the past an' live for now'
The fairy from the court said---
This utterance circulated to an' fro---
In his fragile wall of his mind
He longed to yell aloud to the deaf world, but------
The breakup was inevitable

The revelation struck his feeble heart
He stevened out of pain, suffering---
The fairy seem'd to be kind, wilted---
An' solaced him to her utmost----
But he cried, such that vibrance ceased an' listened---
An' she was confident that---
The breakup was inevitable

'Reach the message that I want to see her for last'
He pleaded the fairy, who was afraid, then----
But his strength of postulation persuaded her---
An' she concurred to take, to the court
His heart cooled, beat reduced
An' he knew an' accepted the reality, that----
The breakup was inevitable

He was lying in his death bed, anticipating----
Her arrival an' fancied her last apparition, really beautiful---
An' the fairy took it to her, who denied at first----
But the actuality that he is in his death bed, made her go---
She, along with her fairy, went to the poor hut
Where he was able to become asleep from the world, but----
The breakup was inevitable

He espied her coming with his misty eyes---
Same person, beautiful as before
She touched his hand an' he verbalised, probably the last---
'I'm sorry for what I did, You' Majesty' He uttered and was asleep
She cried aloud so that the hearing-impaired world can hear, but-----
The breakup was inevitable

Sham Kumar Monger

Sham Kumar Monger

My name is Sham Kumar Monger. I am a Bhutanese aspiring poet, novelist and essayist. As of now, I have published my three novels (Love Twist, The Girl Of My Dream and SangWaa) on Wattpad, a largest community of writers and readers.
I had, too, published SangWaa, a collection of poems with BLURB.
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