vivek khanna


My Unhappy Anniversary


You ask me, how am I?
Well I'm still standing, aren't I?
That's something, that's one thing , that's gone my way
It's so hard, to go out, like everything ok now
When inside, I still cry for yesterday

This is my unhappy anniversary! !
But I lie, saying it's just another day
This is my unhappy anniversary! !

I know it's so stupid to feel brokenhearted
I wonder if you know just how much I hurt
I drink up and think up a toast to numb the hours
To get through without you is so hard today
Cause it's unhappy anniversary! !

And now it's near midnight, a few minutes and I
Return to get back to my former life
Pretending our ending was not so bad, I know that
It's time to escape you until next year
When it's unhappy anniversary! !

This is my unhappy anniversary
But I smile like it's just another day
It's just my unhappy anniversary

Submitted: Wednesday, January 28, 2009

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