Palas Kumar Ray
Liberty To Go
If you feel you should go, I'll not say no
Even if I become sad I'll not stop you.
Not that if I don't, mean it I love you little less
I'll also be sad as you'll break embrace.
If you feel it wise, I'll agree with you
together we'll break, together we'll go.
Know my love for you, not for a bird in a cage
together we'll fly away, together we'll stage.
Neither I'll blame you nor you'll blame me.
Together we'll claim, we were never meant to be.
Soon we shall go far away, as afar as we can
We will together go, let us together plan.
© Palas Kumar Ray.All rights reserved.
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