Now that you are gone,
I don’t know where I belong;
We have lived a fantasy,
We have been a rhapsody;
It is all but my wallow now
And I’ll live with them- each broken vow!
We have had the time of our lives
But now I see you strive
To move away far-
Farther than you already are!
Here, I set you free
Of our talking-spree,
The merriment and glee,
Of what I called ‘our-little-infinity’,
Yeah, now, you can just be!
We are no more us,
You ripped away our nexus
Into pieces of our memories and my pain,
From which your vanity will abstain.
You went away, and,
Took along with you, my rainbow;
Now I look into abyss of these passing morrows
To come in afresh someday, and,
Wipe off your traces- all gray!
Yet there’s no denying,
Oh yes, only, my heart melting,
Million times a day
Every time I say-
“Now that you are gone,
I don’t know where I belong!”