LOST AND LONELY
Like the Dim light at the horizon,
The setting sun of her heart,
Paling countenance and features
Who would believe?
Once she was a blossoming damsel
A blooming beauty in her hay days
Spicy and sweet both at one go.
She would set several hearts aflutter
Admirers would follow her in a row.
At the peak of her charisma,
She fell in love by mistake.
She thought it would enrich her further
So she married to have a walk on the cake.
Confined now to her four walls,
Her spouse too possessive about her to share,
Her attempt to love and commitment,
Failed just like an ear jarring song.
Unable to face her failure, thrown out of her house,
She got back to her world of dreams,
With vengeance and a hidden grouse.
She reigned supreme in the tinsel town,
Till her sparkling beauty lasted,
But soon the whimpering wrinkles,
Made themselves heard.
And then she began to gradually fade,
She still fought to retain her position,
But all was lost soon as she was now too jade.’
Now she sometimes travels assisted,
By someone whose love she had spurned.
She tries to keep herself in oblivion,
As a rotten charred house that was burnt.
No one looks at her, not even once,
She is just a forgotten fairy tale.
She is typical story of a lonely woman,
Cheated by her beauty,
And the rules and passions of this world ruled by males
(the edited version)