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Jaya Varma

Rookie (05-03-1985 / Faizabad)

The Way You Ignore Me


We have come so far
still i keep hurting you
you say nothing, just step back a little
this ignorance, turning me blue..

Screams dressed in the whisper
pain smiling at its best
Melting my ego, these flames of your anger
blankness surrounds, becoming my quest

Your eyes fail to hide the tears
for some reason, this heart fears
when you are quiet, you are miles away
the soul in you mysteriously fierce..

Submitted: Friday, August 16, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 16, 2013

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