How do I call you a cheat? 

How do I call someone a cheat? 

When you didn’t, 

For you have to be with someone to begin with, 

You never were. 

So I stop myself

For have no reason left 

To fight upon, 

It was I who sinned

In our relationship of non-commitment;

For you had always been a sailing ship

Having no spare destination

Which I foolishly tried to anchor

With my weight less then a feather in your life

You are the shield 

Fighting tornados each day

And am now

Nothing spare the offal

Left on the nooks and corners of your ship.

P. S. – Not truly a translation word to word but rather I tried to portray the thoughts. But, forgive me I know I didn’t do much justice for the real essence of the language changes after being translated. 


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    1. So is reality sometimes ☺️


  1. Mmm dear well said.. xoxoxo


  2. Diana says:

    “with my weight less than a feather in your life”. This is lovely. You have been gone from my Reader feed for too long 🙂

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    1. Thank you dear, I know love. I am sorry for that. Just too many things going around for me to cope with. I want to write sometimes but I am unable to and other times I don’t even have the will to.

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      1. Diana says:

        It’s true that writing can never be forced! But so wonderful whenever you do have the desire … sending you a warm hug Nancy Bella!

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        1. Yupp it is… Aww sending u pa 🐨 bear hug in return. 🤗 ❤️

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          1. Diana says:

            Lucky am I! Get some sleep soon 🙂

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            1. Uhmmm hmm i doze off soon I suppose. Its almost 2 pm. But I am reading a novel which is far from finished 😌😝
              What are you upto

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              1. Diana says:

                Enjoy your book! I’m on my lunch break at work, it’s the middle of a stormy day here, best to stay dry indoors…
                I like peeking at WP on my breaks to see what my favorite international writers are up to!!

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                1. Aww hope you stay dry then. I well partially love the rains here although not that frequent. Storms are rare though.
                  Aww thats so sweet of you. I see i have missed a lot of you guys work well. An apology in advance but I would read them as soon as I can. I just don’t want to treat reading your work as a daily chore so only when my heart is into it do I read poetry.

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                  1. Diana says:

                    This is a wise approach, poetry should be read when your soul is hungry for art! That can happen during your rare storms (of inspiration) 🙂 Hugs xx

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