And it Happened Again by Komaljeet Kaur

A blue hued image of a woman in pain with her head tilted upwards and wrapped in cellophane
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ginormous world was

dripping wet

as tears silently

rushed down her cheeks

solemn promises

shattered just beside the aged mirror

that looked grave as before

words burning on her lips

diffused calmly into the cold air

spelling out curses aloud

cacophony grew intense

in her mind

as her heart reads out

“I see my whole world in your eyes”


 reality knocked her door twice

sweet words that

once adored her mellifluous lips

grew rustic as time melted

calm and collected

once again

she rejoiced not

faking out now

crashed unshaded on her bed

tranquility thus echoed

her ethereal face

glowed as lights went out

and it happened again


Komaljeet Kaur is a university student, doing nothing but blending her naked feelings with some compassionate words and a tinge of excitement.
When sadness attempts to bring tears to her eyes, she laces some words with grace to create a masterpiece. She writes to live and lives to write.

Komaljeet also writes a poetry blog titled Flavoured Poetry.

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. Terveen Gill says:

    Komaljeet’s poetry bleeds pain and anguish. It speaks of loving moments lost and found. The promises that may have led to cherished memories yet tears sweep away hope and false expectations. The closing lines leaves one wishing for the triumph of affection.
    Congratulations Komaljeet!

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    1. It’s an absolute honour for me to be featured here and importantly when my work is appreciated, I’m in seventh heaven .
      Thank-you Ma’am for feeling the emotions penned so far…and appreciating!
      Have a Good Day ahead! 💖🙏
      Sending you love and prayers.

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  2. Jeff Flesch says:

    That’s a beautifully painful poem, Komaljeet. I truly enjoy the play of both pain and pleasure, which resonates and mirrors life so well. Excellent.

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    1. I’m really grateful for the sweet words, Sir. Thank-you for showering love and reading between the lines. 🙏
      The pain is indeed beautiful.

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      1. Jeff Flesch says:

        You’re most welcome, Komaljeet. Is my complete pleasure. Indeed, it is. 🙏

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  3. Surbhi Tripathi says:

    I am proud of you Komal ❤, your poems are soulful and deep. These poems are gems 💎 ❤

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Surbhi….. I am really grateful to have you for always loving and appreciating my work.
      I am pleased to know you find these poems soulful and deep.
      Thank-you ❤🙏

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