Poem: Love; Hate (Part 1)

Love is over,
Passion is torn,
Unattainable love,
Uninvited passion,
Unwanted lust,
Being in love is painless,
Prevailing love is a definite pain,
Hopeful love,
Nowhere to be found,
Lies everywhere,
Don’t touch that wound,
Don’t ask how much I have given,
If you want to know,
Will you understand the flow?
Time stitches that old wound,
There was once a princess’s love,
So pure and innocent,
Now – stolen,
With a twisted aching heart,
She returns to where the pain started,
Anyone dares to love her then?
Can she find her love again?
Her happiness – perished,
Her kindred love – broken,
What love really means?
True love is a silly thing,
Blurring reminiscence
The pain and bitterness are obvious,
The birth of hatred,
The heart of tastelessness…

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Sorry guys, due to unforeseen circumstances, I’m late in updating this ‘poetry blog’, and I’ve also lose a day of update. This month, I’ve made a pack to blog everyday but sometimes, some…things just couldn’t get out of hands, especially I have more than one person depending on me.

It’s getting late now, which I should go to bed. But I just have to blog this.

This poem is taken from ‘Other Writing’ website at Weebly.

So, tell me what you guys think?

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