My False Life....

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my false life is always sweet in your eyes...
my true love is more hell than you can expect it to be..

Submitted: October 31, 2011

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Submitted: October 31, 2011

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Open you eyes... see where you live....
 
People you live in between are practical.
They hate the ones who are emotional.
 
 
But they ignore the truth that tears are measured in terms of pain.
 
 
When they clearly mention that "you matter nothing to us"
They never say "You have to be practical and help us when we need you"
 
They say "You are the most irritating creature on our planet"
It doesn't mean "Teach me something so I can get out of these exams"
 
You said that I am born to cry and the reason is my birth
I pity myself that my life is worthless but useful to you a lot.
 
When I said "Whatever happens to my life, I'll be with you.."
I meant "Whatever you do with my feelings, I'll keep your's safe."
 
When you asked me "how to impress someone?"
You ignored that I always failed to impress you.
 
When you said that you'll be my friend forever.
I never thought that forever in your context means never.
 
One sweet sentence, tiny care for my feelings... I'll shed each drop of blood for you to be happy.
Gimme drop of Love... Never let me know that Its a lie..... and I'll be yours forever....
 
Am still trying to cope up the strength in me to get out into a search of a friend.
Every blow I get is deadly.. Coz I want my life to be lovely....
I get hurt coz I love my friends more than my stupid life and they too do the same... they love themselves more than my stupid life...
 
 
It takes lot of pain and and sheds tears to get the false smile on my face that makes you think that am never hurt....
 
I am always a stranger to you.....


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