Nothing Has Changed

The gardens of my house still flowers bloom,
The trees in it still nest birds,
The windows of the room still bring sunshine,
And also the rains as they came with you.
Without you here, nothing has changed,
I don’t miss you, I really don’t.
You did a good thing leaving me,
A bolt from the blue was what I got,
But new things happen, and old things go,
Bygones are bygones, you must know.
You thought you’d punish me by going,
I really don’t care what happened,
I do not apologize, I never will,
But I still remember that last bill,
Which came with the last date we had,
I burnt it up, I was so sad.
But no more sadness, no more grief.
I’m thankful to God who made you weep.
The roads here still people walk,
The markets here still people crowd,
Yes, nothing has changed without you with me,
And nothing will change, I assure you that,
And so at last, and so at least,
Remember me when you cry like a beast,
And I will laugh when I realize,
That I was the one because of whom someone cries.

6 thoughts on “Nothing Has Changed

  1. strong english, yeah right πŸ˜› luk at the numbr of mistakes in my previous comment πŸ˜› n dnt worry, i dnt like blogs untill they are gramatically correct πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€

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    1. haha thanx. πŸ™‚ When’s ur next post coming? πŸ™‚ And btw, if you hav been readin the Abyss series of verses in my blog, Abyss III is ready. I ll post it up on 25th May, so be sure to be here. πŸ™‚

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  2. blank verse is also very alluring, n i get dat feeling to wen i read my old poems, dtlt hey are not gud enuf πŸ™‚ but well, i get that feeling in all poems i write, so i post anyway πŸ˜› n seriously, ur output is staggering!! i wish i cud regain dat!

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    1. Thnx. πŸ™‚ Ur english is strong even in ur comments. πŸ™‚ My english is bad even in my posts. 😐

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    1. haha, this is the one of the earliest ones i had written, πŸ˜€ last september, but I never posted it coz I always felt this was kind of stupid, plus it didn’t rhyme, and more of hate and stuff… πŸ˜€ old emotions u can say πŸ˜› this was my third poem. πŸ™‚

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