NOSTALGIA - A profound melancholy
It’s been long Mom, I haven’t seen your face;
Heard your voice, felt your touch;
Hold the feelings and brace.
Sitting together, having a Chocolate Fudge.
It’s Sunday, today.
I can’t be near you and smell your scent.
It’s a day where we have fun and play;
But I am far away, as a brent.
Yes, its been long.
I remember here the times, when you scold;
I also remember when you love and behold,
All the drudge you go through,
I long for that sweet smile you brew.
That lovely smile is what I want.
I miss my moments with dad.
The wrestle, the hustle and how we shuffle.
I long for the chocolates, you save for me.
Who hears my plea.
It’s been long, definitely long.
I want that familiar warmth,
Where there’s nothing to worry about.
I want to sleep in my dorm,
Feel crazy and scream my lungs out.
Sunday meant delicious cuisines,
Of meat and fish and some sweet,
Listening to songs that we can sing,
Walking down the street, playing games where we may cheat.
Yet here I am, And here I long.
I crave the home,
Wear PJ’s and freely roam.
I want that familiar time,
Which is worth a thousand dime.
Home, Its been long.