It was a long tiring day
All nosy and full of fray.
Fenced by exams and its preparations
Beleaguered by parents’ frustrations.
All he could think of, was the companion next door,
As his day were more of eating and studying and getting all bore.
Separated by walls, united by phone
He would long day, just to hear her loved filled tone!
His days were rosy
And nights he expected to be cosy!
As the days passed by,
They built their castle so high
Just a word exchanged from here to there
Fulfilled their purpose to love and care!
They stayed through thick and thin
Through the windy days, where clouds were their kin.
They planted their love from a distance,
That lasted a lifetime, for instance!
He played the guitar, as she sang the song
Both enjoyed their melodies that lasted so long.
But a day came into their lives,
When they were surrounded only by spies!
Their garden of love, which they built with passion
Was all destroyed, only to be repaired by a mason.
That thing which gave so much of soothe and ease to each other
Was now a cause of misery for them if used further.
But deep inside his heart
He knew he could never be apart
From her, who gave him everything
Or the wire whose praises he would always sing!
Written for Magpie Tales-Mag 274