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To Love or Hate
by Aditi Misra
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  I loved you:
So, you hated me,
Yes I’m sure you hated me.
At that turning in the foyer,
When you missed saying ‘hi’.
To the many calls
To which you never replied.
From every vibe you passed,
From all experiences past.
I knew it, I was sure,
You hated me.
I hated you for hating me ...
I loved you all the same.

So at one such turning in the foyer,
I asked you if you did,
Hands shivered nervously
You replied casually ‘I didn’t ...’
... Relieved pause ...
I was free to love you again.
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June 06, 2010
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Comment Hi ,

i always check your poem and i really ike them.

Suparna

Suparna
08/14/2012 03:51 AM




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