One-Sided Love

One-sided love is setting heart on fire;
That grows stronger at every step;
Feelings of rejection, spurn and of liar,
Are more painful than the mishap.

It's like embracing the stem of acacia,
And swallowing the bitter poisons;
Mind soaked in it, and full of pressure,
Rob us of happiness, give tensions.

No desire left to eat and sleep in love,
When it's rejected for no reason;
Feel like the pot heating on the stove,
And eyes rain out of the season.

Life seems worthless to live all alone,
When dreams remain in the eyes;
But what we feel inside is not known,
To the one — our love never dies.

by John Collins

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