English Songs

I’m popular to write vulgur and mean

How can I cut my pain
To shape a new heart
How can I write different
With same characters, with same plot

I can just substitute words
But not to full scene
I’m popular to write
Vulgar and mean, vulgar and mean

They think, you believe
I’ll do new time to time
Perhaps they think positive
But I don’t, I don’t, I don’t think so

How can I forget
How much she loved me
She expressed by her own
When we’re in a cafeteria for tea

No need to disguise
Leave all past aside, all aside
But not every time
I love her a lot, I love her a lot

I always refute her love
And live with loneliness, this solitude
That factorizes my soul
Now I’m in state of kef*

Rethink I’m hideous
And bide in your dreams
Yet my words are not superlative
But I’ll never come to naught

[Kef: a state of dreamy tranquility]

Words by: Vinay Prajapati
Penned: 2006

By Vinay Prajapati

Vinay Prajapati 'Nazar' is a Hindi-Urdu poet who belongs to city of tahzeeb Lucknow. By profession he is a fashion technocrat and alumni of India's premier fashion institute 'NIFT'.

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