Treasure Island

asef fakih

(28/10/1988 / Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Fate and hate


Once upon a time
pain decide to leave the world
once upon a time
hate decided to fade away
once upon a time
horror decided to grow a sense of humor.
Life and pain walked apart
hate and love took their place
and fate laughed silently.
Can love quit loving hate? ?
Can hate quit hating love? ?
Intentions enslaved yet
feelings bounds more than the last forgot
unearthly prison.

Submitted: Monday, October 13, 2008

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  • Mohammad Al-kurdi (10/13/2008 1:01:00 PM)

    so great so simple to get......
    i loved....Can love quit loving hate? ?
    Can hate quit hating love? ?
    good work friend.keep working. (Report) Reply

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