Treasure Island

Asma Riaz Khan

Without Wanting...

Without wanting to,
I said, 'Good bye'

Without meaning to,
I said, ' stay away'

Without intending to,
I said, 'who cares'

Without asking you,
I said, 'leave me alone'

Without showing how much,
I said, ' it's doesn't hurt'

Without revealing it,
I said, ' dreams are meant to be broken'

Without believing myself,
I said, 'let's walk away'

Without thinking of you,
I said, 'it's easy to forget you'

Without hating you,
I said, ' I never loved you'

Without caring for you,
I said, ' I don't look back'

Without telling you,
I said, ' I can live without you'

Submitted: Tuesday, September 02, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, September 02, 2014

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Many things in life come to us as DO's and Don'ts. Unfortunately, they come with no choice.

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