Kumar Kumar

No More... - Poem by Kumar Kumar

100's of days have gone by and i will let another 1000's of years to go,
but i seriously doubt whether my heart will even for a second let you go,
100's of steps you've taken forward and 1000's of steps i've taken back,
for you wanted the future where as i still wanted to hold on pasts back.

100's of dreams have been broken and 1000's of dreams are everyday born,
for i die for each broken dream and live again for every new dream born,
100's of lonely nights have passed and 1000's of nights are yet to show,
through the dark skies, someday the heavenly portal will eventually show.

100's of tears have already flown and 1000's of tears are on their way,
with every tear trying to fill the foot prints you had left on your way,
100's of words have been said and 1000's of words are yet to be spoken,
but ur heart has already turned numb to all the words i had once spoken.

100's of prayers have been made and 1000's of prayers are still stuck,
battling between life and death, i dont know what to ask, so i'm stuck,
100's of pieces have been buried and 1000's of them are still in line,
just give me one final push, so i cross over to other side of the line.

100's of battles have been fought and 1000's of battles are expected,
losing one after another, only scars are left to show as you expected,
100's of drops of blood have been shed and 1000's are yet to fall,
you can smile aloud, when this mighty Romeo will eventually die and fall.

100's of I LOVE YOU's have been said and 1000's will remain unspoken,
with a heart as good as a rock, it's always better to leave them unspoken,
100's of people may love you today and 1000's may love you even more,
someday your heart will strive for my love, which then will be 'No More'...

Comments about No More... by Kumar Kumar

  • (4/14/2007 11:20:00 AM)

    gud one buddy! ! ! ! keep goin! ! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 14, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, February 14, 2011

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