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Esther Aftab Anwer


Don't Know How To Explain!


About this inside pain!

No one knows those promises you made,
Few years ago though gone so fade!

May I ask u remember this face u found so pure,
Among the mean glitters around; were you unsure? !


Old memory hits me so hard it surrounds only you; have i gone insane,
Sure I know all this is in vain!

U left me without saying a word,
Heart aches though no hurt of sword!

Wounds that u gave hurt more than a sinners pain in hell,
Was I that bad to deserve the worst I would want you to tell!

Deep down in your heart I was innocent you know,
I admire your consistent lies you made me believe you, I know!

The kind of love n concern you got was all that I had to show my purety towards you,
I wish I had read in the start itself; would save me my times and emotions that weren't for you! !

I know u were undeserving you must be sad inside out! ! ! !
You lost someone like me who loved limitless gave all I got! !

Though your selfishness will one day,
Sure will knock u down on the way! !

Though i tried to forget you,
From the scenes I erased you! !

Don't remember who you are,
We have gone so far! ! !

You were never mine,
Now all looks so fine!

One day you will try hard to find me,,
Even you do it's no more kind me! !

Submitted: Thursday, October 31, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 31, 2013

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