Our Sunshine


I’ve been running in

Cold alleyways

Searching for a trace

Of your essence.


Hiding away from

Those who pry

Upon the Sunshine that

We created long ago


I still feel your

Warm breath on my shoulder

As I ride through the misty ways

On my  velocipede.


I turn away from the

Glare of the sunshine

As I try to keep it from

Leaving our haunt.


Without you, I find it hard

To control its whims

Dancing to its tunes rather

Than it dancing to mine.


Someday it will blow

Out of proportion

Scorching the world

Effortlessly, irrevocably.


A testament to our bond

A fruit of our thoughts

An undeniable End

In the making.


Won’t you come and complete me

Now that I plead to you

To contain its savagery

Before the sand’s of time pass us by?


Won’t you come back?

To where your every err

Is saved within my

Deepest meditations.


No one else comes

Close to where you stand

In the deepest

Fathomage of my heart.


 Shreya Sudesh ©


3 thoughts on “Our Sunshine”

  1. Shreya, your poem is very lovely! You have a wonderful way and a gift with words! I write a spiritual/romantic type of poetry, so i thought i would take a chance to read your words. Keep writing and sharing your poems will brighten the days of many. You are blessed wonderfully! God bless you!


  2. Thanks for choosing to become a regular reader of diabeticredemption.com — I’m glad you’ve joined our family. On my site, please find my Friends page, where my readers leave information about themselves and their blogs. I hope you will do the same. Welcome!

    This is a wonderful poem. I look forward to reading more!


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