Once I too slipped and badly fell in love
Thence lying down loyal,
Feeling better, calm, relaxed and controlled
For all mutual clashes, all moments
Though I wanted to rise up and run away
When I regained my good senses,
But it was too late to cross over the fence
Liabilities are chains too heavy to roam freely
In the good company of togetherness
Love tastes sweet or a bit bitter
When mixed with familial responsibilities
Those, true at heart, can't leave them midway.
No, no longer would I like to
Now, I don't want to fall again, nose-diving
By following the low road to nowhere;
Happily, I am rising in love; I won’t fall down.