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Forbidden Love


Thou wish that you’re happy
Coz you bring heartaches
Coz you gives pain
your ways is unforgivable

I am fallen on you,
I am contented to seen you from afar
Coz I can’t own you
You own by someone.

I really wants to love you
But it is forbidden
I really wants to tastes you
But someone enjoys you

I am so crazy on you
I want to end it,
Because I don’t have a place
in your heart!

It is forbidden love
that I wouldn’t kept
It is love that I can’t take
It is a poison to us

I’d rather to go
and let you happy
Rather than keep on wishing
seen you from afar

There’s no antidote
on loving you selfless
But there’s a way out
leaving you from the start.



38 thoughts on “Forbidden Love

  1. As a tree-surgeon, I have often had similar feelings for my clients – but alas – just as there are different types of wood, the human and the rustic often ends in the tragedy of saw-dust…

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  2. That’s very true they do I hope you find your love and have so much happiness but never be afraid to ask.☺️

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  3. I understand that not everyone is nice but never let that stop you from finding love and happiness because when you find the one it will be forever.

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  4. I hope so too but always tell them and be honest with them about how you feel and be honest with your heart too and you will find the one but always tell them how you feel ☺️

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  5. There will be a feeling and it will just feel right trust your heart and your mind and if you feel something tell them you should always tell them.

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  6. Sometimes they are right in front of you sometimes they are far away but if you feel something tell them it’s the best way your star or pebble could be right there waiting.

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  7. You are right and you are very worthy and deserve to be happy I always hope you have happiness in your heart and soul and when you have love may it be forever.

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  8. Poignant write, relatable.
    The line between forbidden and acceptable by others is oft blurred beyond any distinction for earnest lovers, in love and I- today, would relish in the depths of forbidden bliss rather than the cold silence of…acceptable solitude that society already grants me.

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