bhavesh bafna


Don'T Wana Let Go - Poem by bhavesh bafna

The night I can still remember
When the wind blew so soft so tender
the air tasted like rain
As I saw u boarding that train
u said goodbye as i saw u leavin
I mayb believin when the truth is
I shouldve jst bin dreaming
And then u ask me to move on
and start a beginning...
U pretended but u knew
I was fallin apart
I can’t explain how lonely how tired
I felt at heart
We who were lovers jst cannot b friends
That’s not the way it was meant 2 end
Given a choice I wana do it all again
So baby if u can jst turnaround
Cause there is something I want u 2 knw
I dnt wana let go

I used 2 lve u and the feeling still remain
but I dnt wana trouble u
and cause u anymore pain
though my love for u was hopelessly true
It doesn't matter now that's all in vain...
but may b u wud comearound
still hoping that i wud see u again
herein lies my only cmfort in this pain
These r the feelings 4 u in my heart
which I wana show
I dont wana let go

u maynot feel the agony that I feel
these wounds that uve causd ain't gona heal
I’ve bin waitin but now hope is fadin
Life aint easy theres no harmony
This pain is such I cnt comprehend
despair has become my only friend
How can i smile when u r gone
how can I simply jst carry on
The day's when I Hold u so soft so tender
Those r the day's I want u 2 remember
For the sake of the moments
when 2 ur love I surrenderd Though
I dont wana let go

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, December 18, 2006


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