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Kumud Ranjan

(8th July / India)

Love Never Makes You Happy


Love never makes you happy
A feeling, kind of insecurity
To lose someone, you want to be with
An impatience to love someone selflessly
Love the way that it becomes to myth

Love never gives you victory
Itself it happens when you're lost
One forgets herself and loves him most
How one can win, when his identity vanishes
Don’t you think love only gives sobs!


You wait for someone, he doesn't come
Your eyes moistens and you feel ignored
Expect a lot from him, amused by fantasies
Mind knows it's not true but uncertainty
Even one request he can't fulfils low you feel
Don’t you think love is how mean!

Waiting for your love and curse his sincerity
You can't say a word to him cause you love
Want not see him stressed, though you're in agony
And burning always, still you want him to smile
You know now how much love is fragile

A tear from your beloved and you feel aghast
Wish to keep him happy always, no way possible
Want to prove love as heavenly, that’s horrible
One feels love as everything an imaginary portal
You’re mortal, then how can love be an immortal

You are hurt, your heart breaks so your expectation
Feel solitary, curse yourself as you are insane
You’re scattered, your fancy dreams are shattered
In love only you love still may be you're not loved
In love don't you feel you have blundered! !

Submitted: Friday, August 14, 2009

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  • Aastha Uppal (12/19/2009 4:18:00 PM)

    beautifully expressed the truth which everyone tries to escape from.
    great work here..so plainly explaining the irony of how painful love can be and how painful it is not being loved...
    great work! ! ! ! (Report) Reply

  • Cecilia Nicoletti (10/11/2009 3:22:00 PM)

    This is Beautiful Kumud!
    And your words are wise for yur age.
    You re quite right.
    But dont forget those who love and re love in return...and are united and mixed
    by a love who s bigger than they are.Some people are that luckly an find the everlasting. devote, faithful love we all look for through our lives.
    Tell them Love is not real! But tell someone never truly loved that love is real! ! ! !
    Anyway, this poem its TEN. (Report) Reply

  • Nikunj Sharma (9/1/2009 1:11:00 AM)

    love is not a state of being...you are right when you say that love is an imaginary portal...tangible yet not real....yet to be in love and to be loved is a bliss...nice write Kumud (Report) Reply

  • Kristi . (8/19/2009 9:02:00 AM)

    Wow, this is so true. I really like this part:

    You can't say a word to him cause you love
    Want not see him stressed, though you're in agony
    And burning always, still you want him to smile
    You know now how much love is fragile

    Absolutly love this poem! =) (Report) Reply

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