The Unsung Song Of A Lanky Lass

The Unsung Song Of A Lanky Lass short poem

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Like the chameleon which changes it’s color with the aura
So was she, her beauty changed with her mood
She was hurt by men
And never wanted to love
She hated love and then
Never wanted to speak to men
But one guy came and changed her
He showed her that he cared for her and
Showed it in a way that she thought he never cared
‘Cause that was all she wanted
She didn’t want any guy to care for her
He did just that
He cared for her too much
And still made her feel he never cared
The girl was too late to understand the illusion he created
Time flew away and
The time never came back
For her to tell him
“I love you baby!”

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Nadeem Qazilbash
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Alas, if only her preoccupation with herself, had not kept her from seeing the love that she truly desired.

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