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Kumud Ranjan

Rookie (8th July / India)

For What


For what
I’ll be waiting for you so far
If you will come
You will find me I promise
I’ll cuddle you passionately
I’ll cover you by my shadow
You won’t feel the heat, but glee
I’ll share with you all my sorrow
Stunning you’ll react as if you don’t know
As I am to you a stranger
I’ll feel cheated, hurt and I would fall
Unexpectedly then will close myself in wall
For what
I have joined the world to smile
Loved you more than me and believed
For what you have betrayed me
Tell me dear! Why you deceived?
For what
I felt then I was flying in sky
But now I know for what
I pray to god for my quiet demise

Submitted: Friday, August 14, 2009

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  • Rookie - 45 Points Aparna Sinha (9/21/2009 4:37:00 AM)

    Pain and love go hand in hand and you express them wisely.....careful usage of words, excellent narration! great job! ! (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 45 Points Aparna Sinha (9/21/2009 4:37:00 AM)

    Pain and love go hand in hand and you express them wisely.....careful usage of words, excellent narration! great job! ! (Report) Reply

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