Black and White

Milind Gautam

What made you fall for my ruins? it's so unworthy for me, for an uncleansed soul who lurks in devil’s paradise to be loved by someone who is born midst the clouds, above the sanctuary.

What did you saw in my eyes? reflecting the unsettling sorrow and immeasurable pain, but when they are lost in yours, all I see is a world of serenity, so divine and placid, free from every distress.

What made you fond of my lips? so lifeless, resembling a barren land, which when nurtured by your nectar, blooms with joy.

What did you saw in my scars? you read it like braille, sowing seeds of earthly comfort deep within to make it to grow flowers.

I still wonder what did you saw in me…


~Milind Gautam 

  • Author: Milind Gautam (Offline Offline)
  • Published: April 15th, 2022 09:58
  • Category: Love
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  • Dahlia

    great work poet
    opposites attract!!

  • orchidee

    A fine write M.

  • Paul Bell

    That is the fate of life.
    What do others see that we can't?

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