Rahul Pandey

(29-08-1992 / india)

A Story Of Mistaken Identity


My promises decieved my truth
a past holding nothing
a path i choose for my foot
a story of mistaken identity

Worked lot for moment
streched more than i could
i see no way stand
to a situation which tends
to hide
everytime every corner lied
and then you see
a mistaken identity

i forgot seasons
everything changed
nothing real
i feel strange
to say how could
i play good
everytime its me left to stay alone
with this stone wall
then who falls?
Who stalls?
I wanted my reasons to be authentic
but back then
i was frantic
and then you say that you see
mistaken identity

i asked myself that
is it true that
i would do
something to hurt you
then i heard some word whispering asking
why are you forcing self to stop
When there is still hope
but then i see
my own mistaken identity

Change is all i want in
my own eyes
to say
' see no more mistaken identity'

Submitted: Sunday, January 27, 2013

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