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I must quench the love with in me now,
Memories of you will be a cassette
Playing back the moments the two of us shared.
I didn't expect the love I shared,
Would come out to be a gamble
In which I am the loser of it all.
It will take awhile to forget you,
I shall be living another way of life.
I can still recall...the tenderness of your love,
and the bright world we've been in.
After all they were only a dream
How soon they faded away.
If this love had to end like this , could you blame me?
Forgetting you would be the best way to end my misery.
You have made me the victim of love,
Should I regret telling you how I once truly loved you?
Alas, you failed to nurture and cherish the love,
I offered to you it withered away and had died!
How many times Have I prayed to the almighty God,
To build my faith hope in you, that you might make that love
bloom in the sunshine of trust and confidence?
You failed at the end you made it shattered to pieces ,
and allow the wind of destructions to blow it all.
What we have built for a long time,
that is not something to be laid aside and neglected.
Someday......In years to come, as you grow older ,
you will understand what true love is..
And so beloved as I fade away from your memory;
May you find in your dreams why I have to forget you
and sorry for this regret that I happened to love you.
In your reminiscence If you happen to think of me,
Remember, there was a time when I was truly in love with you.
I can still recall...the precious moment we spend together hour by hours
late at night!
Forgetting the time of what it was...till our love consumed us,
and carried us to our wildest imagination beyond our comprehensions
to be together in oneness in ultimate ecstasy of love.
Thank you for all the reward of pains with in my heart.
I shall now journey alone with out you. Take care
And Goodbye My Love, Goodbye!
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