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Poetry: Broken Heart

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By Kevin Gandhi

Today I’m sitting with my broken heart

That made me develop this art,

I thought you to be my soulmate

But I was just for your hate.

I think I was a fool

That I tried to be your wool,

Our story started with great happiness

But ended up in dying sadness.

I first saw you in marriage

When I was thirteen of age,

I wanted  to make you my girlfriend

But you wanted just to be my friend.

I always showed my love in proposals

But you always gave me refusals,

For making you mine I kept on trying

But you always left me crying.

You broke our friendship

And made me lonely like a ship,

I wanted to be your true lover

But ended up being a loser.

You never understood my feeling

Which you always kept on killing,

I wanted you to be my life

But you made me pick up a knife.

It would be better for me to die

“I LOVE YOU” which i would never lie,

My last wish you can make real

Please do come in my funeral……

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