jahanvi .......................


love game


i wonder what it is like

what does it do to you dat changes everything

suddenly it turns ur lyf

sometimes makes u swirl in d air

like the bird getting the wings

sometimes it makes u cry

like the mother loosing her child

i say it is love

becoming cure at times

and becoming disease at other times

u live with it

like the air necessary to breathe

u die with it

like the sweet poison made to kill

we ol try to figure it out

try to find tricks to make it work'

but we fail

because there is no shortcut we can take

its like the flower of rose

beautiful, sweet

but with thorns

making us realize dat there is no victory without a fight

it starts with ur heart

but ends at someone else heart's

travelling ol the way

to care for one it desires

yet at times it remain unfelt

like the beauty of nature gone unseen

u preserve it deep within

cheerish it everyday

but it stil hurts someday

dats how is love

but in the end its the only thing we want



jahanvi....

Submitted: Tuesday, January 25, 2011

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