Monday, September 20, 2021

Love or Pain – Robin Singh, Maharashtra

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imagesLove, Love and Love

Is that not, what our great fathers and their fathers patronized!

A miraculous feeling indeed

Adorned by words so sweet,

Gestures so kind

No more you can find.

Such is thus, but this love

An intoxication

Can never be enough.

 

Live you on it

Forget your food and wine,

Hold it closer than your heart

Swear never to part.

Such is thus, but this love

An intoxication

Can never be enough.

 

Slip you in it

Even before you win it,

Dream you of immortality

Kick away reality.

A common fool

In an endless loop.

Such is thus, but this love

An intoxication

Can never be enough.

 

Know not why our fathers forgot to tell,

Love is but an angel from hell.

Give you times so bright

Joy and happiness in every sight,

Until one day to depart

Leaving behind an empty heart.

Such is thus, but this love

An intoxication

Can never be enough.

 

Pain is but an heir

To the lonely throne that you so care,

Toil and tussle

Move every muscle,

To bring it back

That should never have left your hand,

Just to see her move further away

To be the cause of her dismay.

Such is thus, but this pain

A darkness

Will drive you insane.

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