Vivek Tiwari

(23 July 1985 / Gaura (R.S.) Pratapgarh)

Faith Betrayed: The Sale Of Love


Jimmy calmed my heart in deep depression
A balm or physic for sorrow's ceasation
While I was alone
With all my hopes in deep despair
My world has all my mother's care
Father and brothers
All climbed early on death's stair!
Jimmy's affection so fonded me
I couldn'd escape a love in he!
He too confessed and promised his love
My pleasure to him flew as a dove!


Devoted to him
My being love bound
He was my angel
My hope profound!
He wished with me
To dine a day
Enjoying a hotel or a distant cafe.

How could I deny his longings
A pleasure such as soul's wedding?

I put my labour and leisure away
To cheer my love
My love a day.
All my way my love he fired
His sparkling eyes me blushed and inspired
Brought me far-far away from there
In a large hotel as grand
We sat together in a lonely room
Together we sat hand in hand.
His cheeks looked worm
And dried lips
I kissed them soft
To meet his bliss
Eyes sportive as playing some trick!
Right them appeared a stranger
And maliciousily uttered 'well you done
Good piece choosen of many diamonds
Now take your price full fifty thousands! `
I was knocked in bed in fear
To be ravished for demons' fun.
Jimmy parted with malice smile
Said, 'Darling thanks well paid'
And waved bye-bye!

Submitted: Thursday, January 10, 2013
Edited: Thursday, February 14, 2013

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This poem is about how the innocent girls are betrayed and their faith and feeling all are ravished and crushed and the devils profit upon by making the Sale of love.

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