Anish Chouhan (14.03.1984 / Ballarshah)
Ohh! ! Through all the year in dew,
Their friendship was free to grew.
They both felt the same in them,
But neither both of them ever knew.
Each facing moment in life they get,
Since the day they first met,
They both loved each other somewhere,
From the early sunrise to sunset.
He was all what she has had,
In her terrible days of her life.
He was the one whom she trusted,
who kept her away from her dark nights.
She was his angel for whom he dreamed,
she made his day with a beauty of smile.
Though life threw him curves away,
she made it all memoir of worth while.
Then one fine day suddenly,
Things went terribly wrong.
The next few weeks fill tears in them
It was like a very sad song.
He made her jealous with tease,
On purpose to know her he tried.
When the girl asked, 'Do you love me? '
On purpose he lied.
He played with the ecstasy,
like it was a simple game.
Little did he know about that,
But, Things would never be the same.
His plan was some how working live,
But he had no idea of it nor clue.
How wrong things would go in worse,
The damage that he would do.
One night she broke down in tears,
Feeling very low and alone.
Just she and the memories of his,
No one else was there at home.
She dialed his number to share with him,
He answered, 'Hello' in angry tone,
She told him frankly that she loved him,
And hung up with laughter on the phone.
He raced to her house like a flood,
Just a minute would be too late.
He found her lying filled in blood,
Her heart was stop, had no rate.
Beside her there was a note to say,
In it was her love confession.
Her love was mad for this boy,
It was all, her only obsession.
As he read the note in silence of life,
He knelt down and reason he cried.
He grabbed in his hands her knife,
That night they both then died.
She was found in his arms,
Both of them found dead.
Under her note they found charms,
It was his handwriting which said:
I loved her so much that,
But she never knew.
All this time of life some where,
I loved her too.
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