Sadvansha Munshi

(24th March'99 / Kanpur)

Erotomania - Delusional Enamor


Succour was needed
He came to her because she pleaded

He thought of her as a victim girl
Didn't knew that to her he meant the world

He was only having a narcissism
From her side, to her it was all unbelievably nihilism

So she was becoming a lovelorn
And all of this was so wrong

That movement was not far
Where he would get tired of playing the same harp

Eventually he was getting blasé
And left her feeling so unsafe

Now she realized all that enamor was only in her mind
She blamed herself saying 'How could I be so blind? '

She cried and cut and cried again
This delusion had became her life's bane

Now she will forever be afraid to fall in love again
She will now forever be afraid of that memory lane..

Submitted: Tuesday, February 04, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, February 04, 2014

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