Should I say I hate you for you left me
Alone in the middle of life’s journey? Or should I say I love you for you are the one who helped to begin my new journey.
Should I say I hate you for now you seek another’s love
or should I say I love you for you are the one who taught me to love.
Should I say I hate you, for now you are in
Another’s arms. Or should I say I love you, for once you Lent those arms to me.
Should I say I hate you for now your eyes
Look at someone else. Or should I say I love you, for once those Eyes conveyed to me thoughts innumerable.
Should I say I hate you for now you dream
about someone else. Or should I say I love you for once we dreamt together of a beautiful life ahead
Should I say I hate you for now you are
No longer mine. Or should I still say I love you For once you were mine. Keen verses on Broken Bountiful words on Promises
Have something to say about the poem?
Writer and author of book " Thoughts Sublime" and "Whistling Words"
The legato of language and lingo, The dance of diction and dialect — Have you ever considered the difference A little letter or two can effect? Texture of tense, Savor of sense, The nuance in a sentence — What’s really
He is the unreadable art of my poem… He is mine cold air in this hot summer… His voice is my favourite… Without hearing him i am deaf… Without seen him i am blind… He always try to make me
What if we were brave What is we dared to do all we wanted Would that be good Would that be bad It could be both It could be neither A choice would appear before us A choice between two
When we stepped into this supreme air Just to feel each other’s touch and see Down into my eyes you made darkness so fair With your young springs old passionate tree Those moving streams with a priestlike task And your
I can see through your land Through your sea and your horizon But what I see I don’t know Are you a woman or a statue Your hair are made of loneliness Your eyes are made of centuries Your blood