Is This An Ode For Love - Poem by Instalasi Sastra
Love oh love, I insist’d thou to leave,
Away-away with thy flimsy romance so far;
With thou my bosom hard to breathe,
Who lead my eyes pour’d tears and cried.
How far thou have gone,
In a long-long time to come;
When the fond is gone,
Remnants an unsavory lonesome.
Laugh-laugh with thy wicked love triumph,
And leave my heart in torn asunder;
As thou hex’d me further into delirium,
Still for affection or detestation I wonder’d?
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