The day when she accepted my love
we both were two happy doves
as we used to understand each others' feelings;
talking, sleeping, muttering and loving.
I always said, 'i love thee'
but i never understood why she killed me.
She shot the bullet straight to my heart
She planned it further, she had the chart.
I was a celibate, I never asked you to change it
I ask you for the reason, was it because I was an addict
to you i was truthful, i never hid anything
I was exulted of our love and was prepared to sing
the song of love to propose you
to tell, 'i love u marry me, will it be true? '
Fidelity was all through my veins
i was just about to say, but it rained.
I thought God is with me setting the situation
but I was unaware that it was my termination
I did not speak a word to her and we began to move
hand in hand with everything approved.
We walked and walked and walked alone
before it could flub, I wanted to say it all.
The rain stopped, again I thought
'god left me, now I must trot.'
I kneeled down and she seemed surprised
I took out my ancestral ring and looked her in the eye
I don't know how I said it, but it was true
'Darling, marry me...will you? '
She took the ring; laughed; ran away
but she did not wear it, anyway
I was delighted, delirious, doolally, she was my doxy
I ran behind her, softly took her hand in mine and called for a taxi
We reached my duplex, my hand was still holding her hand
I took her in my arms 'sorry if I'm mistaken; I'm untrained.'
We went inside, I was curious what she will do next
inside the room, she asked me to sit beside the chest
She looked at me and I looked at her
And we just sat like that there for an hour
She kissed me goodnight and whispered those three words
I took her home safely and returned.
That night I coulnd't even fall asleep
fantasizing; I've fallen in love to the very deep
I was dreaming of her, and our future
but soon the game was changed completely by nature.
The sun rose, but I couldn't control
I ran towards her home, passing every hurdle and hole
I was curious to know about her
but I'm evasive to this what I saw there.
I saw her on another man's lap, under a tree
she was saying things to him, she never said to me
I saw her finger with a new wedding ring
one tear rolled down my cheeks and it fell on my ancestral ring
I bent and took my ring, looked at it continuously
but in anger I threw it at her head drastically
They looked on my crying face
but I didn't want to disturb them, so i begin to leave that phase
I was going away, my face down and hands still
then came the noise of a bullet, it was on me, i was killed
they were roistering, and i was falling down with blood
and then i turned and died watching her happy face which was a little disturbed.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.