The Day's End

Poem By Anupam Srivastava

You and I at the day's end
We do not now pretend
That nights last forever
And 'my arms around you will loosen? Never! '

For the sun has set in the west
And the night sky looks hollowed
A few more sunsets
And we, too, have followed.

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