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Remembering You

written by: Ipsita Banerjee

@ipsyb

 

Tonight the moonlight sweeps down from the skies
Evicting the starlight with the gleam in her eyes.

Tonight waves crash upon the stone cold shore
Calling in hidden voices that are silent no more.

Tonight we rendezvous in each other's glance
Your eyes never leaving mine as we begin to dance

Tonight our souls sing in unison of winds wild and free
Floating on a wish to places untouched by routine.

Tonight is the kind of night when I remember you
Washing over me in sheets of rain: cold and blue

I shake off the drops, the edges of my day begin to soften.
You don't need to know that I don't remember you that often.

Ipsita Banerjee

Ipsita Banerjee

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