unfathomable love


meeting someone new


meeting someone new


meeting someone new is hard to do,
to take the memories you share and
love that never failed,
it's like starting over at the begining,
trying to feel what you felt before,
when your with someone new you
try to forget about the one you thought was true,
holding on to someone new,
to hold on is like letting all the old feelings go,
know which one is right,
the old one you've been with for a while,
or the one that just came aside?

© SUNEEL
India
097010 96262
mujh ko pana hai to mujh main utar kar dekho
youn kinaron se samandar nahi dekha kartay

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Submitted: Monday, September 08, 2008

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