Thoithoi Tongbram


An Untold Story


I've got an untold story.
Indeed it's a love story.
Like most others, it's about a girl and a boy.
Boy loves girl, girl loves boy.
Though everything has a limit
To them, sky was the limit.
Hope took them up high.
But fate brought them down with a sigh.
Then love was never a bed of roses.
Only this time it was the thorns it possessed.
The spark between them grew dimmer.
Their luck was no better.
Wind turned their flames to embers.
In the cold they had to shiver
And in the darkness they were separated.
Walked their own ways as if fated.
Don't know how much they hated it.
But in the end it's the way they had it.

Yes, there was a twist in their tale
And mind you for reasons i cannot tell.
But i'm trying to tell you the story.
Still it's an untold story!

Submitted: Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Topic of this poem: Love

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