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UNREQUITED LOVE -Jibin Mathew
The universe brought us together,
But this world around us made stupendous effort in proving that 'tis was an err.
I resided in the darkness versing 'bout brightest days and hope;
As she leaped through the brightest days, tryin' to fathom me and lope.
My love for her was deciphered sly by my sister-shy;
Along with the world which conspired as she merry-by.
I hung my love on the wall for her,
As the hues of my love hypnotized the universe.
In the brightest days I entailed her like a shadow,
Typical of every being she too snubbed my valour beneath a meadow.
Cupid is stupid to let fly the last arrow at me;
Only to see myself bleed and her carefree.
My emotions for her flowed from the epitome of hope and distress;
As my love got abhorred, shamed and treated with angst by this mistress.
I pushed my soul as convict for a deed supposed honourable,
Because I was living my present reminiscing memories from the past venerable.
I don't blame the lady for the unreturned love,
Neither do I condemn my sister for slamming my gospel.
I blame the dogmas of civilization, in profoundly erecting relationships founded on orthodoxy;
The credo of why to love and whom to love so as to saturate the stature of supremacy.
Breaking the creed might cost a lot,
But nothing more glorious than winning the battle till you tie the knot.
Unrequited Love is as tormenting as on a crucifix,
But remember one thing, never let go someone who learned lessons from the Crucifix.