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empty soul

Amazed, I would admire you
believing your soul as great as your smile.
Little did I know
you were empty for more than a mile.

The show on the outside was
heart-warming and bold.
But the moment situations changed
your shoulder to me turned cold.

Tried hard in vain
and smiled at you despite your jibes.
But I shuddered at your sudden aloofness
and the eliminating negative vibes.

Many a times I’ve heard
that first impressions last.
But while the first was a hit
the tenth was aghast.

Unsure of what’s between us
I try to clear my mind.
But memories, of your harsh words
in my head, you’ve left behind.

I’ve always wanted a friend
in whom I could confide.
But as my secrets travelled places
from you, I could only hide.

On my face you smile
showing you like me a lot.
But behind my back you rattle away
sending me deep in thought.

Stepping up in life
was your dream come true.
Old friends you’ve forgotten
while surrounded by the rich and new.

Seasons come and seasons go
the feelings have faded away.
Only your empty soul is what I remember
every single day.

empty soul
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#LetsBlogwithPri is a Blog Train hosted by Prisha Lalwani, Author at Mummasaurus. I wholeheartedly thank Disha Mehrotra, Author at Life My Way, for introducing me in her blog about mothers and their octopus hands. Also, I would like to introduce Sweta Kachhap, Author at Cloud and Sunshine. Do read her review on a book for children.

Cindy D'Silva
Cindy D'Silva
Cindy D'Silva, besides being a mother of two angels, is a belly dancer, writer and photographer. She loves partying, bowling and eating sushi. There is a detailed biography about her on the ABOUT ME page in case you would like to know more. :) You can like and follow her Facebook page to get all updates on the latest blogs and more:


  1. Beautiful poetry Cindy. Loved it

  2. Nisha says:

    Beautiful poem. I loved how you have said things so effortlessly which we can’t convert easily. Great job.

  3. Urvashi says:

    To be honest I empathize with both the sides in the poem. I see and feel the pain for who speaks but it is in my eyes i can see the loneliness of the one standing alone with the riches and putting up a show. Must need courage for both to be there say nothing at all and see the bond get destroyed every single day

  4. Rituka Bisht says:

    Wow love your writing, a good writer is someone who can write about anything.

  5. Noor Anand Chawla says:

    Ouch! Someone has clearly hurt you! I hope writing this poem proved cathartic in some way!

  6. Sundeep says:

    I am a big fan of your writing skills. I really loved this poem. Looking forward for more

  7. You write beautiful dear…I love visiting your page and reading the posts…really amazing…keep it up

  8. Seema masali says:

    Its a nice poem indeed. The words and the thought behind it is amazing. Good job..

  9. Each word used in here is a pure bliss,
    The poem is really lovely ❤️

  10. Srividya B says:

    Such a lovely poem.
    You are really talented!
    The way you’ve put it up is so good! 😊

  11. That’s a brilliantly written poem Cindy. So soulful and meaningful!

  12. Disha says:

    Hypocrisy is a trait that we come across very often in people. Wish it could be erased altogether. Lovely poem. 🙂

  13. Wow that was really awesome. You really expressed your feelings well through poetry.

  14. Lovely poem Cindy. I have like a long list of people who have unfortunately falling into the description of this poem. But, I chose to leave them behind and tread ahead with my loved ones 😊

  15. shruti says:

    lovely poem Cindy…I hate these kind of people who just not spurt our secrets but also tear us down by back biting….if have courage speak right in front of our face,but no they don’t have spine to do this.

  16. Lovely.. beautifully written poem. It pains heart to know people share our secrets to others..

  17. Wilma says:

    Wish I had enough courage to name and shame a few toppers on my list. Well written dear 😊

  18. Sneha Jubin says:

    Same pinch. I wrote a poem too this week. Such a lovely poem with so much feelings inside.

  19. Well written, I know those kind of people who share our secrets to others and talk behind our back.

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