Friday, November 27, 2009

An Immortal Relationship : Friendship

By: Krishna

My Friend when I think of you.
I think of all that we've been through.

I remember that most of the times we argued and fought, ( like kids)
in spite of knowing deep inside that it wasn't right.

We both then felt bad, and in a lot of pain.
It felt like we have fallen from the sky like the rain.

I love you dear friend with all of my heart.
But now that you're gone I've fallen apart.

(I now feel that my friend is no more like she was)

I'm getting better as the days go by.
I wish sometimes this was all a big lie.

I pray to you every night.
It's like you're my fire, a burning light.

My dear friend, I miss you a lot.
I still wonder why you were put in that spot.

I know you're in a place much better than here.
Watching and helping me with all of my fear.

Our friendship, my dear friend, we will have to the end.
Friends till the end is what we will be.

Someday we'll be together, together you and me.


Krishna is the author of Krishna's Musings. He is a public servant in India (meaning - a person of "position"), who has very little time to compose or even update his blog because of his dedication to his work. But today, I'm lucky to have him here as a guest writer.

He composed this poem within 5 minutes (can you beat that?), and I would like to present it as raw as possible so you could see the brilliance in its simplicity. Sometimes, simplicity is beauty.

He had been a true and trusted friend for 4 years now.

Thanks Krish, for this wonderful poem of friendship.


  1. simple, raw and at it's most beautiful display of passionate expression.

  2. Hi Joanne,

    Touche', I'm glad you've seen it that way. All the best.

  3. I have lost one of my closest friends. She died young. This poem reminded me of her. She used to visit me almost everyday to help me take care of my kid when I had just given birth.

    Now I miss her.

  4. Hi Gem,

    That is a very sad situation, but as they say life goes on and all we have are memories and lessons learned. All the best.

  5. It touched me deeply. I could never put together a poem so expressively and beautifully as this in an hour, no less in five minutes!

    Thanks for sharing.


  6. Tasha,

    That was my first impression. You may not be able to do that, but with a story/novel you can.

    When can we publish your novel? I'm waiting.

    All the best.

  7. What beautiful words. Excellent poetry indeed and very touching. Hope all has been going well for you. All the best for the coming holidays :)

  8. Hello Ailurophile,

    I'm good, I hope you're doing fine too. Long time no see. All the best.

  9. Hi Jena,
    Sorry to be a disappointment to you and to the rest who are following my novel. I can't seem to focus on it. I'm easily distracted by other stuff.

    Hope things are okay with you. Saw your latest pics, along with some blogging friends, on FaceBook.

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

  10. Hello Tasha,

    Take your time, no worries. Did you know that many authors have written their novels in their old age?? he he he...But I hope yours will occur sooner.

  11. Hi Jenna
    Read the poem by Krishna. its a great effort by an otherwise busy man. good luck to him and u both.

  12. Heather,

    How are you? I hope everything's gone well for you.

    It sounds sad, but not really. lol...take care,

  13. Hi Sumit,

    Thanks, good luck to us care and all the best.

  14. I'm not matured for this type of things:) I am totally touched. Great poem though

  15. Hi DiTesco,

    he he he...Oh, really now? As you say. Amen I say unto that.

    Thanks for the visit.