Woes Of Virtue

She diluted her real self

She locked her desires in a woebegone shelf

She gave more in relationships than she took

She played by all rules, lived life by the book

She drank in her anger, tears and much more

She let go off her soul, her inner core

She masked it well to cover the void

She hoodwinked every one into believing she was overjoyed

She bent backwards and went all out to please all

Until one day she was no longer human but a mere doll !

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6 thoughts on “Woes Of Virtue

  1. and we dont need dolls when we grow up so time for change .. and Start living for oneself.. and enjoy some life and do what our hearts says ..

    I AM doing it and I am loving it .. the hurt of 4 years has taken back seat now πŸ™‚

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