Abdul Wahab


Fair and free


When I say I am not for any one
and no one is for me
What do you understand?
this is not at all offensive or
objectionable
What I want just to escape
from the charge of betrayal
As you will hope
and I will expect
it might be possible
we remain both failed
I say all of these
Because I can not lose
And let our association or relation
Be fair and free
Upon us nothing we should impose

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