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Apr 2018
Dad its been years
Since you hugged Mom
Or maybe I missed seeing it.
Do you both remember
You used to laugh together?

You both used to share little smiles
And travel happily for miles
And now I see nothing in you,
Really nothing.

Mom, you just forgot,
What Dad brought on your birthdays.
Dad, you just forgot,
That Mom stayed awake despite her sickness for you.

I feared you both leaving me,
Beside all your ego and a better 'We'

You both had no time
And no patience for each other

I thought you loved each other,
I thought you loved 'me'...
At some point of time or constantly in life, we all would have felt a part of this.
Star Stuff
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