Sadvansha Munshi

Rookie - 69 Points (24th March'99 / Kanpur)

My Dilemma - Is It You Or Is It Him


This is my dilemma
Never said yes to the right one
I am such a big enigma
With everyone I'm so done

I refused you
Now I feel that was a big mistake
Now I need you
And I know it's insane

I thought I finally got everything I wanted
But it was not what I needed
I thought everything was sorted
'Don't think like that' to myself I pleaded

This is my Dilemma
Is it you or is it him?
Now I can't take more of his drama
Am I committing a sin?

I am shattered and I am torn
I wish if I could unravel
The guilty I worn
someone please hit the gravel

I don't want to choose
Why is it happening?
I am just so confused
Before I wasn't familiar with the traits he is revealing

This is my dilemma
In my heart you won over him
I just want to be in your aura
Can you understand this hint? .....

Submitted: Saturday, February 08, 2014
Edited: Saturday, February 08, 2014

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