Sujay Patekar


''Shackled Love''


I curse this day, i curse this hour; 
That makes me feel so deprived of power.
With a lump in throat & a heavy heart, 
Against our wish we will have to part...

I wish we were a pair of swans in the lake, 
Then no rule in world can make our hearts break.
Because swans don't have any creed or cast, 
Which becomes a hurdle in their Love to last...

Cruel is the world who made such norms, 
Which say, looking at the religion a relation forms.
And so only love in heart is not enough, 
For us to stand against this world so rough...

So I let you part and I set you free, 
With some ''Familiar-Stranger'' now forever you will be.
You will be with Him forever as His wife, 
But your heart will beat for ME throughout your life...

With a lump in throat & a heavy heart, 
Against our wish we will have to part.
But this just marks the death of this birth, 
Let us hope we're next born as Lovebirds on this earth...

 -Sujay Patekar
 22-July-2012

Submitted: Friday, August 17, 2012

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