vithika jaiswal

Rookie (15 january 1995 / new delhi)

I ≪Love≫ Hate You - Poem by vithika jaiswal

You tell we can’t be lovers
Then I should tell you its too late.
I’m breathing & drinking in all your love,
You are my only faith.
There was something special between us,
I guess we both knew.
Whenever you were with me,
The feeling was very special and new.
I’ll always remember,
Those late afternoons.
I hoped that it would stay forever,
But it ended so soon.
There’s a mask in the rain,
To hide your tear in pain.
I’m really not strong to loose you,
Please don’t make me insane.
I can’t stop you how hard I try,
That moment I felt like to die,
I wanted to break down everything,
The moment I saw you cry...
At least if you really want to go,
To stop you what do I do?
But tell me aren’t you crazy in this feeling,
The feeling which makes me loves you..? ? ?
I guess I’ll never get the answer of this question,
Even if life long I wait.
Well, I can forget the whole world,
But never forget this date.
So, if my feelings don’t worth you anything,
Then I also don’t care about yours.
Now I hate you very much,
I hate you, & that’s for sure..
I hate you when you make me smile
Even more when you make me cry.
We both know I can’t hate you,
But I’ll SURELY try… … … … … …

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 29, 2011

Poem Edited: Sunday, May 26, 2013


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