She wanted nothing but love
She desired nothing but love
She seeked nothing but love
Nothing, nothing but love.
She lived for him
Transforming to his ways
Was molding all her wax
To be his soul mate.
Her world was confined to him
But to her it was infinite
She often said it aloud:
“Me and my world, rest I don’t care about.”
But unfortunate winds blew
And times turned sour
Getting hold of a better plan
He excused himself to make a new start.
A myriad questions
Swelled up her tears
Not complaining the least
She thought the problem lied in her.
She lost her world
And was bidding goodbye to all
But now she too had to
Move on, move on…
Losing her soul
She had to be wise
And so embracing the heaven
She closed her eyes.
The boy there realizes his mistake
He then rushes back to apologize
Deciding he would hand himself to her
To punish him as badly as she feels like.
Picking up her favorite flowers
He reaches her home
Just to find her soulless body
Coming out of the door.
Devastated on his knees
He cries out aloud
Writhing for forgiveness
But the heartless girl, she would not speak out.
Seeing his girl in no mood of avenge
His penance, he himself decides
To live as a guilty man forever
And remember his ugly face till he dies.
50 years later, he sits in his courtyard
Remorsing a story bygone
“Once upon a time there lived a girl
Who asked nothing but love, nothing but love.”