Should Have Never Forgot

There are a few times

Even can’t, bear your sight

Can see many things, that I dislike

That have to hold, the rising urge

To walk away quickly, in disgust

But don’t do that and keep sulking

In some corner, of the house

Then there are days, I watch from afar

Her in the kitchen or watering the plants

Or just wandering, picking up mess

Or snoozing on the couch

Sometimes see you, in a movie engrossed

Emotions flickering, on an intense face

The way you sit, move and walk

Stirs something, should have never forgot

And all the flaws, vanish in a flash

Can’t see anything, to dislike or resent

Just an angel, humanised with age

That I had met, many years ago