Kumud Ranjan

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Not anymore Poem by Kumud Ranjan


It was past when I used to praise you
Close to me you were, loved by me then
Had I ever mistaken somewhere?
You went away and made my life a hell

Loved by you I felt warmth in your cuddles
Alone you were to make my way out in hurdles
Things changed so soon I couldn’t believe
Whom I loved so deeply how he can deceive?

Time didn’t stop, it passed, so my memories
Rarely but in silence somewhere I miss you
Last night I cried when I knew you were in blue
Now I know what you were to me, wasn’t true

I won’t come to you dear to soothe
That time to me how you were rude
I am not happy but I remember that day
Till months I burnt in grief, feeling disgraced

Time has made me happier than ever
No more I need any person’s favor
You cut what you have ripped once
Terribly alone would be you my dear
But this time not again I will b to share...

You don’t deserve my sympathy any more
Better you die before coming to my door
I have my love still in my heart saved
It is not so cheap to shower on you
It will be forever with me in my grave..

Submitted: Friday, August 14, 2009

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