Jaipal Singh


Human Relationships


I see relationships
People are unhappy
So desperate to break
But for compulsions
Drag it endlessly.

I see relationships
People are unhappy
So keen to unite
But for compulsions
Blame it to destiny.

I see relationships
People are reconciled
With what was in store
And always wish well
Never blame it to destiny.

Desire and expectations
From a relationship
Are the chief stimuli, and
Determine in the long run
If it is happy or unhappy.

Submitted: Saturday, July 12, 2014

Topic(s): relationship


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