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Sumeet Mukherjee

Breach Of Trust

You came in my way with a promise to help
I trusted you all through, ahead of myself
You had a smile for an immense cure
A heart full of love which was so pure
The depth in your eyes caused the infiltration
Innocence of your face was par imagination
You were my everything, I can even swear
But all you did was not at all fair
You were the one to end my fears
But everything ended with salty tears
You hold my hand and assured me peace
For you were the one who had all my keys
I declared my secrets and opened my heart
And you misused it, right from the start
I had that belief and that blind trust
And you betrayed me, only to my disgust
You changed my attitude and my whole mind
And then you were lost and I couldn’t even find
You had that compassion, on that pretty face
But I couldn’t recognize, your selfish ways
But you need not worry, I’ll never curse you
‘Cause I love you forever and I’ll always love you

Submitted: Friday, May 15, 2009

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