Somia Race

(27 september / Pakistan)

An Another Day!


O shiny day, O bright day
Till I b devastated what a glam day
Its just matter of time
With a coffee in hand

And wooden sticks to wrap my way
But wht a foolish thing
Wht a burnt castle it is
Tieng up da wooden stick

O wht a glam day
Wht a bright day
Nothing to last, nothing to stay
All I need is just a glam day

O wht a burnt castle my way
Needed you with just a movement of clip
O wht a bright day
It looks ambiguous

With all windy storm
But wht it remains Is a glam day
See it thru my eyes, check da glam day
O wht a bright day

Its taking away my pain
Glittering in rain
O wht a shiny day
Wht a bright day
U cam across my mind it was full of shine
O look at this wht an another day! !

Submitted: Thursday, July 01, 2010
Edited: Thursday, July 01, 2010
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