Tell Me

Tell me
you love me
and there’s nothing more I need to know

 Tell me
you hate me
and there’s nothing more I want to know

Tell me 
you want to give it a chance
and there’s nothing I would not do

Tell me
you are done trying
and there’s nothing I’ll ask you to do


Asha Seth


32 Replies to “Tell Me”

  1. If I tell you to write more, then we would both be happy and that is the best thing, not that I am being Mr Pressure or anything but I love how each of your poems is different in tone yet equally uncompromising.


    1. Ah! yes. I have experimenting and challenging myself to write differently each time and to write more often. I see it as an uphill task when I begin but once the first draft is done, it feels so refreshing and rewarding.
      You may very well be Mr Pressure because it feels good to have someone who appreciates every effort put together.
      How’ve you been, friend?

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      1. It is always a challenge to start my friend but I am glad you push through that and keep mixing it up. I am always excited to see your post updates in my inbox.

        I will be Mr Constructive Pressure and encourage you all that I can because you inspire me as well. I always appreciate you and your words my dear friend.

        I’ve been good, spent most of the week catching up on blog stuff and emails but looking forward to reading for the majority of the weekend and hopefully a nap too!


“I love writing. I love the swirl and swing of words as they tangle with human emotions.” ― James A. Michener

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