More such moments

Eyes met eyes behind rimmed glasses
Both the individuals had glowing faces
Softly the old hands interlaced her fingers
Approval reflected by her head on his shoulder
Watching the setting sun and the sea together
The purity in love seemed to exist forever
Two old souls connected not by legality
But a desperation an individual seeks
Smiling comfort was their posture language
Together they were having one clubbed sandwich
Sun waved ‘bye’ ready to join the night band
They stood up dusting each others butt smeared in beach sand
Started walking with hand in hand
Childishly they swayed the interlaced fingers
One of them was the writer and the other was a singer
Singing beautiful songs to her while walking
Her body grooving with pointed feet covered in stockings
Some salsa steps they performed on the beach
Like the childhood days they wanted to touch and reach
They passed through my eyes exiting the beach
Hope their privacy was not breached
My eyes agog to each of their moments
Thinking my old self to romantically be involved in more such moments

©Kritika

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9 Comments

    1. This one is truly based on my imagination. I penned the same like the way I would want it in future. 😁 Glad you liked this one and your comment so much matters to me ❤
      Thank you 🙂

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