Deceiver…


Long journey came to an end.
Showcasing revealed at the end.
Moment of joy followed by sorrow.
Body and heart became hollow.
Disease of trust rests uncured.
As betrayal continued its go.
Insane actions with thorny words.
Situation was out of control.

Changing colours like chameleon.
He was a moron.
Fake expression and always lied.
A deceiver was sitting beside.
Doing all in the name of a supporter.
He turned out to be a traitor.
Realization came too late.
As the damage was already made.

Life taught a good lesson.
Trusting should be a cautious lesson.
Deceiver do not come with prior notice.
As they always pretend to be supportive.
They always pretend to be supportive.

- Ashish Kumar

55 thoughts on “Deceiver…

  1. That’s an amazing Poem Ashish, very valuable n deep meanings of facts ๐Ÿ‘

    Life taught a good lesson. Trusting should be a cautious lesson: really it sh/be greatest lesson n one must be very cautious with unknown, your post must reach to many n I hope they should take as a cautious learning.

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    1. Thank you so much for your overwhelming response towards my poem… Grateful for your appreciation… Means a lot…
      Glad you found the poem deep and meaningful… Humbled … ๐Ÿ™‚ Feel free to share the poem…

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  2. Wow! you articulated very well.
    Often, we make rely on someone who isn’t worthy.
    There is this illusion of “everyone is a good person” which takes us down.

    I’ve been in this situation before. 2 Friends! 2 friends I’ve lost coz they showed the same change as you described in your poetry.
    Their contribution was more of a lesson to me.

    That’s why watching your back always is quite a good option…

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    1. Thank you so much for reading the poem and sharing your experiences… yes, sometimes trusting others hearts when they become a deceiver….

      Life is such. It keep us teaching lessons through various situations and these experiences adds to our power of decision making, this what I always think…

      Happy to have your views… Glad you liked the poem… ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. “Life taught a good lesson.
    Trusting should be a cautious lesson.
    Deceiver do not come with prior notice.
    As they always pretend to be supportive.
    They always pretend to be supportive.”

    THE TRUTH. Very well-written and expressed. My compliments ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

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      1. Lokesh Sastya

        Answers lie inside blubber blah’s blog.

        It is written by Tejaswee Rao. Her posts are full of life and inspiration. Tj is the most influencing blogger, I have ever met. She was full of life.

        I found this blog on the last day but the last post on Blabber blah was published on 29 July 2010 (almost a decade ago). Tj is no more in this world. She had great potential.

        Her words have a deep impact on my heart and mind. I wish more bloggers know her. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. Very beautifully expressed yeah you are very right in saying we trust a person and out of our notice the person turn out to be a deceiver. Life is no doubt a amazing teacher which keep on teaching lessons we must try to learn from them.

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  5. Deception – a hurtful lesson that feels like you’ll never be able to trust again. Hard to understand why people do this, but in the end, it’s because they want something from you that they know you wouldn’t give if you knew the truth about them. At least that’s been my conclusion with my experiences of this.

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    1. You are true in concluding about deception… It is a well known fact that few people turn out to be deceiver… a kind of cheating which people do with them who trusts them….

      Thank you so much for reading and sharing your insightful comment… And apologies for my late revert… ๐Ÿ˜ฆ Keep visiting ๐Ÿ™‚

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