Treasure Island

Umasree Raghunath

(24 September 1976 / Eluru, AndhraPradesh, India)

A carve for true love


Is it lust or love that I have on you
That I whine when you act new
Or is it something a change in you
As you say that you hate me too
I know you love me true
I was good and kind to you
You were passionate and true
When you took my hand in you
With a promise to never leave me
And so much love to cling on me
Where did all that disappear now
To live without you, I do not know
The first day that crush you had
For my love that I did not even shed
Your eyes spoke of the scare
That I may leave you no where
But finally it was you who hate
Just because I am not a perfect mate
Nothing I have in me to give you
Except for an ardent love true
I am sure I am not carried away by you
You are the best happened to me too
As you keep away with hatred
I am dying here every passing day tired
No other thoughts or people around
Except to live in your memory I found
The more you hate, the more I love you
The more you go away, I want you true…

Submitted: Monday, October 08, 2012

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Date: 28 February 2005

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