Treasure Island

Bijay Kant Dubey


Take The Bible and Say You, False Heart


Take the Bible and say you,
I love you, love you,
Take the Bible and say you,
I love you, love you.

Take the Bible and say you,
I love you, do you love me,
Do you love me, I love me,
Which I am not hearing

He is hearing, one who has to hear is hearing,
Why to say of me,
Say to Him,
See unto Him and say you,
That you love me, love me really?

Love is love,
Had it been so, but man here played with
And defiled it
And now love is not love,
Love has but turned into a drama piece

I loving you dramatically, you loving me dramatically,
You giving me a date, I a date to you
And all the dates failing
As sincere are we not,
As love has not remained true love.

You love me, I shall love you,
You my heart and soul,
I yours
And as thus, God loving us,
Seeing from there exactly,
Don’t hide it.

Submitted: Thursday, August 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013

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