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"Love-Betrayal" A Poem.

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Mar is a child educator and an English lit graduate who enjoys reading and writing poems, articles, and short stories on various topics.

A short Summary

She was happy and content with her life, when there came a "Prince of her dreams" with a scent of affection and fondness. That essence of love she felt in the beginning was then shattered with loneliness, disloyalty and betrayal.

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"Love-Betrayal"

Happy were nights, beautiful were days

Mind was dreaming of meeting love one day


Then came the spring, bringing the fragrance

fragrance of love, that spread all the way


Eyes contacted ,hearts got the beats

Even with the crowd, empty were streets


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It was love, they felt it , together

With that love ,they filled lives of each other


Then mornings became beautiful, filled with enlightenment

Days were as same ,but with more excitement


Love was there even their fight

They had lovely days and lovely nights



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Then he betrayed, leaving the scars

Scars of love, very deep they are


Now her mornings are in sorrows, nights are scary

A load of grief, her heart does carry


Her eyes are now ocean, oceans does flow

No one has the power, Making oceans flow slow




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She maybe smiling, but heart does cry

Don’t judge her emotions if her eyes are dry


Her heart is Broken, now she is changed

Oh you boy ! Why you played this game?

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© 2021 Mar

Comments

Mar (author) from United Arab Emirates on September 17, 2021:

Thankyou so much Misbah.

Mar (author) from United Arab Emirates on September 17, 2021:

Thankyou for reading it.

Misbah Sheikh from The World of Poets on August 19, 2021:

"Why did you play that game?" is a good question to ask. In most of the cases, it will always be a mystery. Every person who has been betrayed by a loved one bears the burden of wondering why it happened. Simply believe in God, and nothing that is in your destiny can be taken from you. Your poem is beautiful and evocative. Thanks a lot for sharing.

Blessings to you!

John Hansen from Gondwana Land on August 19, 2021:

Lots of emotion in this.

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