sanjal nepal


What i din't do for you?


i never thought about my result
when i utilize my time with you
i din't cry for it because
i always laughed with you

i never thought about my life
and i shared it with you
i gave all things that you want
but didn't took anything from you

you were only the 1st girl
who knew i was going far away
you were only the 1st girl
who called me in last day

sharing the every movement of life
how can i forget it
giving me the name fbf
how can i erase it....

when i open my Facebook
cannot see your name
and think that
i am already dead.

i cannot forget you girl
and keeps u i my heart
i know you do not love me
and i have neither force u

your anger looks like flower
your smile looks like angel
no matter what what you do
but i still love you girl i still love you

Submitted: Sunday, April 20, 2014
Edited: Sunday, April 20, 2014

Topic of this poem: love hurts


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