Zubayer Zakir Khan

Rookie (31.03.1990 / Dhaka, Bangladesh)

If I Told You That I Stopped Raising Hell - Poem by Zubayer Zakir Khan

When I'm right, you don't remember,
When I'm wrong, you don't forget.
If I told you that I stopped raising hell,
You would call me a quitter I bet
Sarcastically speaking,
Honey, you are the best I ever bet

Anyway, whatever good time we had was fun
In fact, now that it's over; I'm glad we're done
You've moved on? Really; you're not the only one!
Just know it girl, you can't catch a bullet on the run

I've just taken a little more time to move on
But, now I'm good enough to travel alone
Don't show me your attitude,
Thank you, I've got my very own
I can't go on and on,
Wasting time on this crap
I know the good time is gone
Our love went for a permanent nap

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 15, 2012

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