Treasure Island

m just lost

(2nd nov 1991 / new delhi)

i hate it


i hate me
i hate him
i hate his absence
i hate ma tear
i hate him leaving
i hate ma fever
i hate being alone
i hate dis life
i hate dis time
i hate the stone
i hate Facebook
i hate twitter
i hate yahoo
i hate blogger
i hate friends
i hate laptop
i hate home
i hate to stop
i hate sad face
i hate writing
i hate time
i hate me crying
i hate understanding
i hate being kid
i hate being no one
i hate surprises in mid
i hate my eyes
i hate it expressing
i hate my heart
i hate mind in messing
i hate dis poem
i hate it all
i hate to sleep
i hate this fall
i hate i love you
i hate being without you
i hate u r not here
either walk or flew
be here soon.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 23, 2013

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  • Alfiya Shaikh (1/11/2014 9:00:00 AM)

    this isnt exactly a poem but it totally sums up how i have been feeling since the last six months. funny isnt it? how a person uve only known for such a brief period can have such an impact on your life that u seem to feel like destroying d whole world if u could? d poems very true, and thats what makes it lovable. keep it up. (Report) Reply

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