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Suraj Samtani

(Hong Kong)

A Mistake Too Big

Never again...
Never again do I want our souls to meet
Never again do I want any interaction between us
Never again do I want us to be within the presence of each other
Never again do I want a memory of you
Never again do I want a thought of you
Never again do I want you to seek me
Never again do I want to seek you
Never again do I want to speak about you
Never again do I want to be present in your speech
Never again do I want your hand in mine
Never again do I want your heart beating in mine
Never again do I want your existence to coincide with mine
Never again...

Always and forever, do I want us to remain strangers....unto eternity
For you deserve no less, than complete separation
Oh how if I were to seek complete control
I would then start a complete new life, in which even traces of you would be an impossibility

Before we part unto eternity then,
There remains one message I wish to pass on to you when,
We bid farewell as mere men;
Thanks for all the pain you ****ing *****

Submitted: Monday, August 27, 2007
Edited: Friday, April 01, 2011

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  • Romeo Della Valle (6/19/2011 8:43:00 PM)

    A very well penned and poignant write! 10+++ Keep it up, you got what it takes to make it through the poetry world, talent! Thanks for sharing, Love and Peace for always! (Report) Reply

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