The treachery and love, how come,
Set their own rules to adhere,
Some cherished are, forgotten some,
Some always have to dread and fear.
No rules or guidelines left intact,
For those, who once made up their minds,
A fight, in which there is, in fact,
No benefit for whole mankind,
The dice are tossed and rules are known,
As judges are, all in and out,
They judge on grounds of their own,
Not giving benefit of doubt!
The treachery and love long last,
And set their own rules to adhere,
Some cherished are, some outcast,
Some always have to dread and fear!
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