Nishant Rawlley

Rookie (14 December 1991 / Amritsar)

I Still Love You... - Poem by Nishant Rawlley

I'm yours,
To you, I belong,
Yeah I surrender,
My love never died,
I tried to veil it though,
But it never ceased to exist,
It kept nurturing,
Subtle.... Hidden in the veil of hate,
Coz I wanted to hate you,
To feel strong,
For every wrong you did to me,
I tried and I tried harder,
To hate you from the core of my heart,
How cheerful those words sounded,
Move On,
But maybe it doesn't go that way,
For love, there's no moving on,
It never happened,
Love conquered hate,
It doesn't matter if you're mine,
It doesn't matter if you hate me,
My love will never die out,
Never, til eternity,
Not even if i want it to,
But such is the might of love,

To me you were and will always be, The same you,
The you who understood me the best,
The you who never asked me,
To change an inch of myself,
The you who's being around,
Made my life another paradise,
And most of it,
The You who loved me,

Circumstances cannot dilute love,
I love,
Because I love,
Because my love is my domain,
Because you were and will continue to be,
The most special being in the existence,
And i love with this knowledge,
That we cannot be together again,
That you won't come back,
But that doesn't change anything.

Oh yeah I love you,
How much i cannot tell,
Words are too petite,
To describe what i feel for you,
But maybe this should give you an idea,
That ' I still love you'...

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 7, 2010

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