Given below is my comment on a small, simple yet powerful poem by Frank Solanki. I felt touched by his poem as it was a close match with my real life love incidents.
I do not claim any of his work. His original post is available here and my reply to his poem is (also given as comment on his poem) is available here. I am also giving my version of reply to his original poem below for your quick perusal.
The last two lines were my addition besides a small change in existing poem. My reply would make more sense when you read the original poem first.
I Don’t Ask You If You Love Me
I don’t ask you questions which you cannot answer
You will fill me up with lies
And to make me believe your words
You will even look into my eyes
So I don’t ask you if you love me
You won’t tell me if you do
And you’d say ‘yes’ when you don’t
And I might believe you to be true
Because I have always believed you…
And you must learn to be honest too.
Source: I Don’t Ask You If You Love Me