Umasree Raghunath

(24 September 1976 / Eluru, AndhraPradesh, India)

A Broken Heart

Deep down in my heart
You are the best piece of art
A thought to keep me in tact
Making you an endearing fact
Life taught me to forget
The little tragedy that I did get
With the love I bestowed on you
This is something to me very new
Yet, I have strength to bid adieu
For to you, I cant be one among few
Let me live if I can cherish your thought
Or die peacefully if I am unable to forget
Deep down in my heart
You are the most beautiful art
Painted with true colours of love
Cherished in heart always and now
If life had given you for me to adore
It will also give me scope to adjourn
You from my heart, soul and mind
And will vanish before you search to find
For if my absence would give you peace
I wish to go beneath earth with 6 feet piece
For if my feeling for you is true
Let life unfold its charm which is new
If I am not right, let god hug me tight
If I lose this fight, let life get to its might
You are not just a dream I dreamt
But sincere life as a friend I meant.

Submitted: Monday, October 08, 2012

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A Broken Heart
Date: 19 November 2004

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