Why are you silent today?
Not happy to see me?
Please say something.
At least shout or just grin.
Talk to me something dear.
I am waiting to hear something from you dear.
He said what about the phone
You didn't pick up at least once
Just check the miss call in your cell
As good as 25.
You made me wait for 3hrs in
Every time waiter came asking me
What do I need?
You know I had 15 glass of water
Each time he came with.
Now my condition is fantastic.
I am sorry dear from my heart
I should not have made you wait so longer.
This itself shows,
How much you cares for me.
Your love for me made you wait for all these hours.
What can be more loveable than this for me....
To realise that I have my beloved who love and cares for me so much.
Time is valuable!
As well as relationship is valuable.
Never test one's patience and
If he is too testing my patience
Like I did now,
What will be the outcome?
We will loose each other forever,
Which I can never imagine.
Never allow any misunderstandings,
To come between you and your beloved.
Mend the relationship in time and keep it alive before its too late!
Am Sorry.....do wonders!
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