The Forbidden Love
The Forbidden Love2 mins 228 2 mins 228
Gorgeous orifices, mesmerizing gazes,
Cords of the wonderful guitar,
She stood by, in her tiny robe.
The phrases were renounced,
An emotion, which I couldn't understand.
Life commenced in an industry,
Where I acknowledged,
I deviated from her, in inception.
Where they called her as she,
And me as he. Time ratified,
Our informal wardrobe shifted.
Uniform convened us, with education but
Not from the viewpoint of humankind.
The sensation transformed, accessories
Got altered, and pedagogy revamped,
And our prosperity too got rewritten.
She yearned to be a thriving journalist,
The parkway laid by her household,
And I choose to continue to be the slave,
Of a liberty nation.
Year's flew by, the distance got
Stretched by, the relation drifted by,
Though it strengthens by my dreams.
We prevailed, by technology, but not
By the soul.
Where she saw me as a pal,
And I saw her as more than a crush.
The moment resided, but she continues
To thrive beautifully, with a heart
As a woman.
But the curse, of forbidden fruit,
Bit my fondness.
The scarce remembrance of her,
Deteriorated by dominating her.
Where she got renounced, with the
The neurons chastised her as
She declined, to recollect her
Home and adored ones.
The girl, who is a daughter,
A sibling, a companion,
A colleague started surveying,
The known strangers.
It's a misconception, that
Memories perish with time.
Dementia doesn't show compassion,
It's a liability that many pricks
With no insurance.
Where remembrances get concealed
Forever where science becomes dumb.
The devils take many forms.
When it comes to fondness.
The painful one is the medical
Conditions that tear the loved ones.
She continues to be my undisclosed love
With me discerning her sufferance,
By being an incompetent spectator.
I am a typical, adherent who dwindled
In the crusade, kneeling to the lord to be
Her caretaker and reinforce her family.