Treasure Island

khushboo gul

(10/04/1986 / Patna)

My love broke my heart.

People say their heart is broken
‘Coz of love again.
Love, that causes the pain.
But I don’t believe in this
As the person whom u loved should be blamed.

Love never breaks anyone’s heart.
Instead it brings together the two parts.
I m afraid that it wont heal.
But I believe that time will come again
When I will have good feel.

U were always there, when I needed a savior.
Not knowing the reason why u changed ur behavior.
With this I have been torn apart
As somebody I loved broke my heart.
I was so humble and kind
But wrong deeds were in his mind.

He left me stranded
I was never so offended.
No, I can’t go there again
As I m sure he will give more pain.

I just pray to God
That I should forget him.
My heart is broken by him.


Submitted: Thursday, July 23, 2009

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