Treasure Island

Shamsul Husain

(23/04/1977 / Bareilly, UP, India-243122)

Sorrow


From here it is absolutely not easy to go back
And why am I to get and feel the sorrow deep?
But why did you keep your real face off then?
Now why should I face your reality revealed?

The truth, the lie and in between of the both
Sometimes you seem mine and sometimes not
What should I think? and Where should I go?
I am not able to decide with this sorrow a lot

My dear, belief is love and love is to belief
Why don’t you show that you believe in me?
Are you really there for me to care for ever?
As I am here alone just to have you in me

Though you are with me all along the way
Then why am I not your importance prime?
To me, it does not seem transparent a love
Then why am I punished just for a no crime?

Submitted: Sunday, September 15, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 18, 2014
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