December’s Rain

Poetry collection

I have lived eternally long winters,

within the despaired confines of my heart,

Where I have built a solitary castle.

With the rough edges of my iced emotions,

I have carved its isolated walls keen,

Allowing only agony to befriend me,

With pain; I made a pact,

Like snow, I will stay paleforever!


You came in my life,

Like a miracle December’s rain,

Melting me free, from severe,

Icy grips of my deep sorrows,

All my feelings flowed recklessly,

From the mountains of new hope, 

After long, I gasped the breath,

Of love, that transformed me,

To be limitless and significant,

Once again, I felt free!

But I fear…

December rains are very rare,

Unseasoned in a tragic life,

Like the legendary union of,

Snow and rain, who cross paths, 

At times by fate, to be one again…

Birthing a short but incredible love story!

What’s the end of…

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