Just Like Yesterday, poem by Prakash Nagarajan at Spillwords.com
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Just Like Yesterday

Just Like Yesterday

written by: Prakash Nagarajan


One more day, to my tally of years,
How shall I tell, you how I miss you dear,

You’re gone, but your memories remain,
Making me cry, till tears stain,

What really has changed?
Everything is so same,

Yet this old house of ours,
Seems now so strange,

You filled it with love, made it home,
A place lovelier, than Paris and Rome,

Now it’s decrepit, with a garden full of weeds,
Our love-nest once, built from its seeds,

Loneliness now eats my heart,
Ever since when, you left to part,

Leaving me behind, to count my days,
And shed tears, just like yesterday…

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