Too Young

Ishika Gautam

All of these relations,

My heart was trusted just once,

Every two hours of all of the months,

I poured down my numb emotions.


Drooling over my happiness,

Every bit of tears I confessed,

To my love I found in a mess,

Or was I too young to be so blessed.


Feelings of mine became this diary

arranged at the corner of a library,

Among the books of lover and her fairy,

 The diary was just unloved and contrary.


Forgive and forget was repeated again,

Hurt and smile was our little game,

I doubted me if I was ever sane,

Or was I too young to be in such pain.


Too young for melancholy nights,

Too young for first breakup fights,

Too young for starving diets,

I was too young to regret love at first sights...



~Ishika Gautam

  • Author: I.G. (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: February 11th, 2022 16:50
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