Reshu Bashyal


Yeah, she's gone! ! !


When I knew she was mine I realized she’s gone
I tried to hide feelings but they’re still on
Thinking of the stupid moments I spent
Realized I’d just been in vain...

Then I started to live being a fake me
Thinking the so called hatred would be always within
I came to know sky was calm after the devastating rains
Silly u, how can u care the one when she's given u the biggest pains…

Now there's a different story between
The once close buddies, we are being far within
But the inane heart doesn't understand
Silly it, always thinks of u when u have moved on...

...yeah, she's gone...

Submitted: Tuesday, September 03, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 04, 2013

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love remains within even when the once loved are gone...I've written this imagining the situation what happened to the boy's feelings when his once close girl left him...

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