So how did you find him?
Isn’t he a choice so right?
Smiling my mother hugged me
Exclaimed “He’s a Parasite”.
My emotions lost control,
Her words pierced so deep,
So mother turned out the one,
I’d least wish to keep.
I was resolute enough to leave her,
And bid her a good bye,
blurry turned my vision,
But not single tear numbed her eyes.
It crushed my heart into crumbles,
what made mother so mean?
I fled the city with my lover,
Never to be seen.
Now I had a world I’ve always dreamt,
A mirrage of fantasies…
Where my lover kissed away my fears,
We lived so happily.
seasons passed,stronger grew my love,
I promised him everything,
With utmost faith I showed him,
The colors of my skin.
But I think my love was not enough,
Or maybe he didn’t see it in my eyes.
And slowly then I did perceive,
His sugar coated lies.
He left me like an unfinished book,
whose story craves an end.
I found him preying on another woman,
Like he fooled me back then.
Now mother’s words echoed so loud,
“Do not let a parasite revive”
They live on you, they feed on you,
And leave you half alive.
With shattered hopes and terrified soul,
I stepped at mother’s place,
A huge smile and a gentle touch,
Birghtened up my paled face.
She held me with a grip so firm,
As If I would vanish all over again.
And asked me with a cryptic grin…
where did I leave him in the rain?
She soon smelled the unusual,
And asked “Is everything alright?”
I glued to her,said sorry Mom!
He was a parasite.