Out for my walk, I notice the sky, crimson violet,
An urge to plunge into sweetness, maybe chocolate.
The pavements piled with the Fall's dried leaves,
Winds get dusky; there are rain scars on cloud sleeves.
Few more steps and out-pours all the banished droplet.
I brisk to that bakery, a hideout from unwelcome'd climate.
Memories from yesteryears rush through, when I'm at this shop;
Resonating with sounds of rain, pouring on the metal roof top.
Out of habit, I reach out for those reminiscent peppermint,
Just one, and I drift back to the time of my boyish love stint.
When I waited for ever, for that Rose scented perfume to cross me,
And then I walk behind, popping mints, smiling; living so carefree.
The times, just like these crimson violet, fit now for your dreams;
And facing those droplets was more pleasure, unlike now - the screams.
Gone are those days, times; when we played like a child, just for fun.
Now they are just glimpses, reminding me always, what more I should've done!
Thank You... "And if you liked this, I'm sure you would like other poems by me. Search for 'Pouzterr' to read my other poems. "