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Stay for a little more while.

It takes bit of a time to settle down
after all that chaos, after all those loves and cares;
Now that the kid is at school hubby in office 
and I on my sofa, I stare at the screen to think
to create bubbles of thoughts
mold dusty beliefs into something new 
to think of shaking the world by my writings one day;
but even the deepest part of you knows -
that I am no good writer, only a someone trying to improve
struggling to fight with the block and caring enough to grow
and to go to the place I desire to be, at the peak I wish to be;
When you think you have seen it all, think again!
For each day is a new page of a strange book
with an interesting plot and countless emotions to look
Stay! Stay for a little more while
and one day, this all will be over;
Everything will be done and so will you
Till then, keep reading, writing or whatever interests you
Till then, keep smiling even if there is no one with you.

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