Seven Days

Seven days of love,
That was all we had,
And that was ages ago.
Yet I cherish them even today,
And have never been fonder of anything else,
It seems as if it happened yesterday,
We walking through streets under citylights,
Holding each other’s hands.
I remember the Computer Lab,
And I remember you saying,
“I want to give you something,”
And I had refused then, too shy, too frightened,
And have repented for it ever since.
It was the sixteenth of November,
And it was on Google Talk,
You would think I don’t remember anything,
But I remember every single moment,
Every single second etched in my mind,
Like engravings on a forlorn stone,
Which no one will look at again,
But the scars will remain forever.

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