Abhijit Surve


Love in Crisis…


I just can't fight this feeling anymore,
Never realized what? I was fighting for..
Thinking about all those words I misused,
I left you shattered and feeling abused..

I begin to wonder what really went wrong,
What did I gain hurting you for so long..
Bringing to life your worst seen fears,
By leaving you all alone soaked in tears..

I blame myself for all the things I say,
Add to your worries in every passing day..
Do I have the right to be angry at you,
Can't I be calm for all the time that is due..

Make you feel sick and causing a strain,
Fail to understand and put you through pain..
Whatever I say never makes a good sense,
Multiply the frets in a situation that's tense..

Can't control my anger, it's not worth trying,
Times you've tested, I have left you crying..
I must be prepared to value all your needs,
I miserably fail you with all my bad deeds..

I think of all the if's I could have used,
And why I never did, has left me confused..
Why should our days end up looking like this,
This crisis can be solved with a hug and a kiss..

Submitted: Wednesday, August 26, 2009

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