suja nair


But for the days spent with you,
The moments of Happiness I felt with you,
The intense bondage i experienced
When you were with me....

I feel all lost and tired,
I am just a failure, I feel
Want to do something new,
But your thoughts stop me from everything,

Help me come out of it,
Wish we never ever met,
Being away and silent is worse,
It would be better I feel with you in anger,

Never able to see you, is something scary
May be that is the best thing also,
I tell myself, console myself
what is best for me,

Is it the best thing to be away from you,
Can I live without you, with your thoughts,
Can I be normal, this is what I ask
and there is no answer

But I am sure there is a way out
and I shall be happy, for I must and should be
that is what I want in life now
To live my life without you
Without your thoughts, a normal life...

Submitted: Monday, May 20, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
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