A stranger are you no more,
For my dreams for you galore,
As I ponder within my core-
You sheer…

When did first see,
Besides which caring lee,
I,when did first be-
Close, you near..?

Come never in my life,
For it kills my dreams, rife,
Illusions make the knife-
To kill my tear…

Abstract:- The character addresses a stranger who has been inspiring  & dwelling  in his imagination & thought for long enough to seemingly loose strangerhood. The character tries to recall the first meet with the stranger. The character is dependent on the dreams & illusions of the stranger to overcome his sorrows. As sometimes reality can’t be as relieving as the illusions & imagination, he requests the stranger to never come in his life to kill the dreams being spurred in his mind.

Relevant Word-Meanings:-
lee- the side of hill, wall, etc. that provides shelter from the wind;
rife- excessively abundant;

References for the Word-Meanings:-
Cambridge Dictionaries Online:
The Sage’s English Dictionary & Thesaurus, Sequence Publishing.


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