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Deepak Ranga

Rookie (01-01-1983 / India)

A Lie....


Sometimes I try not to think of you,
Sometimes I try to forget you;
Sometimes I'm not in my Senses.

Sometimes I think what am I doing?
Sometimes I say why am I doing?
Forgive me, Sometimes I go Mad.

Sometimes, I stop calling your number,
Sometimes I decide not to text you;
Pardon me, Sometimes my mind behaves strangely.

Sometimes, I want not to see you,
Sometimes I prefer moving away,
Excuse me, Sometimes I behave Insane.

Now stop reading, look in my eyes, Can I do this?
You would agree, in everything you just read I was Lying I was Lying.

Submitted: Friday, August 05, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, August 17, 2011
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