A Strange Misconception

A Strange Misconception short poem

Misplaced

A strange misconception

was her affection

without any roots

like a useless action

It stung her like a wasp

and brought her tears

It bit her like a dog

and gave her fears

It hit her like a storm

and tore her apart

It burnt her like a fire

leaving permanent scars

Yet the name of her lover

brings a smile on her face

The agony of her life

no one can trace.

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Different lovers, different notion of loving. It spices life.

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