Treasure Island

Pawan Kumar

(25-08-1996 / Raipur)

Story I Can't Tell


I was driving and you were at pallion seat
Those were the moments I still feel
You asked if I could drive to his home
You dialled a number on my phone

This is a story I can't tell
These are the words I can't spell
These are phrases I can抰 bare
But I still love you and I do care

I stopped my bike down the apartments
And these were strong bounds of our attachments
I remember you said'wait', passed an hour you were not back
I followed your scent and footprints that were on the track

This is a story I can't tell
These are the words I can't spell
This is a secret I can't bare
These lines show regrets, which I can't share

At last I found you, oh! my goodness
I need a hug
Btu you were already hugged
He was kissing you and I was stubbed

These are the words I can't spell
These are phrases I can't bare
But I still love you and I do care

My heart broke into pieces
I wanted stop you, but my body was ceased
He was your choice and I was not
I realised my mind was childish, to tie a loving knot

This is a story I can't tell
These are the words I can't spell
That night I was going to tell you, you are my dream come true
But everything ruined due to him and you
and that was last day I feel loved

Submitted: Thursday, December 12, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 12, 2013

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  • Noreen Carden (1/28/2014 6:33:00 PM)

    Yes its a story beautifully told so sad we have all been there especially when young very powerful it touches the heart well done (Report) Reply

  • Maya Hanson (12/14/2013 11:00:00 PM)

    This is a story I can't tell/These are the words I can't spell- kind of like a poem i'm writing right now, it'll be the next one on my page
    deep and heartbreaking- love it! ! !
    ~mye3 (Report) Reply

  • Maria Goodison (12/14/2013 4:17:00 PM)

    Wow well done this one is good, strong and to the point a heart puller.(This is a story I can't tell
    These are the words I can't spell
    This is a secret I can't bare
    These lines show regrets, which I can't share)
    Please don't give up keep writing (Report) Reply

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