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The Victim

The Victim

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A story of a beautiful start,

Everyone cheerful with all their hearts


They were asked to be in a relation,

Being obedient, they agreed without hesitation


A stone was laid ,

A mutual agreement was made


Big fat event organised,

No one knew it was a start of compromise


Compromise to hold on to this relation,

Interference from both families leading to frustration


No one knew it would end so soon,

Now who one was to be blamed for the ruin.


Society came into play,

Molding everything in their own way.


They portrayed her to be helpless,

While he was always a reckless .


But let me ask you is it always her to suffer,

Or is the story still undiscovered


The story always has two sides,

The truth and the delusive that misguides.


There are moments when she actually suffer,

That will take lifelong for her to recover.


But truth is sometime left unheard,

As in this story it was him who had suffered


A man who was blamed for his innocence,

Unable to take a stand in his own defense.


There were mistakes on his part,

As he blindly trusted her with all his heart.


He and his family were blamed

For things that never happened,


Their heart bled in pain,

And they are just saddened


But how will this end,

Another story of relation failure which no one can mend.


The blame game has to cease,

Taking responsibilities of one's action will be a step forward towards peace!

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Marriages in India are a big fat event, some helps find one a soulmate for life, while some end up ruining their lives! The above is not written showcasing it her’s fault but it can be fault of either one!!


I think its all about the blame game (society/ couples/people play it all the time), which needs to end as soon as possible, one should be mature enough to know how to handle the situation and act wisely, either by leaving or working on the relationship!


*Period*


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