shilpa Poetess

(*** / India)

But m like this since yesterday


I dn know i have some sort of feeling different

M not bore
M not sad
M not so happy
M not excited about anything
Not even in love

But m like this since yesterday

I came 2 know abt something
I became very sad
And then I felt happy for him
I dn know i have some sort of feeling different

My friend told me he is in love
He is just my frnd
But then after that I dont know i have some sort of feeling different

M not bore
M not sad
M not so happy
M not excited about anything
Not even in love

But m like this since yesterday

Submitted: Thursday, August 06, 2009
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