You Were Here – Tale of A Heart-Broken Girl

You Were Here - Tale of A Heart-Broken Girl

Love is the most precious feeling in the world. Love makes our life wonderful and sadly it sometimes makes us miserable too. We cannot change or control what the other person feels about us. And we end up getting hurt badly. Here is such a small tale of heartbroken girl. This piece of work is written by one of my dearest friends Nidhi Dwivedi. She writes wonderful poetry and This peace of work is one of her earliest writings. You can follow her on Instagram at @secrets_in_the_soul. If you like it, don’t forget to give her your praise in the comments below.

You Were Here – Tale of A Heart-Broken Girl

You were here a few days back. How do I know?

Well, that’s not a surprising thing for me to guess your presence.

Though we are miles away and more than that. Though the world might think that things have ended between us, we know they haven’t.

As I step up in the most beautiful part of the balcony, which used to be our favourite. I know you were here a few days back the way chair has been kept. The way you used to sit and adore the pleasant breeze and those rains, they would make you so romantic that you would make love to me.

I know you were here. The way this computer desk is kept messed up with a lot of stuff lying in an improper way in the drawer. I am sure you were unable to find your keys because you always ended up calling me to help you out.

I know you were here. Because the bedroom is still having the fragrance of your favourite deodorant. I know you were here. Because whom I met today never lets me forget you.

They keep talking about all those silly talks you had with them, your changed priorities, your favourite football team, everything that you never shared with me but with them. And I know when you were here you missed me too the way am missing you now. Because a part of me still loves you and I know you love me back.

Nidhi Dwivedi poet writer

Nidhi Dwivedi



About the author

Ajay Chavan

"Cut from a different cloth"
I believe words have the power to change the world. So, here I am, determined to change the world and leave my mark on it, one word at a time.
A writer, amateur poet, ardent dog lover, Sanskrit & Urdu enthusiast, and a seeker of Hiraeth.

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