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Death
by Saurabh Kumar
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  I wished I were dead
I wished you could smell my grave

I wished I gave you my ashes
that burnt a million flashes

My life is full of tears
but death will come in joy

torn apart in myself
my love for you..

I wished I were dead
And now that death is

So near to feel at home
so close to take me there

I give my heart to her
and she takes and tosses it off

will she even know how I feel?
will she ever forgive my sin?

Life is over for good
I am already dead

October 19 ,2000
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Poem Comment Love starts by loving self, no one will forever be with you but you.
Rejection is painful, but the ability to love is in you. So you will love again. You express so well in poetic form the depression you are suffering, you gave your power to disturbe you inner peace, powerful poem.
pilipubul
07/24/2013
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