FIRE IN MY HEART
This was a fate and not a fade,
When I saw u smile like honey.
It was a day of worship but also a day start a friend-love relationship.
This was a pure joke of singles mingle.
My mind was carried away by a gust of wind
I could not understand and know u better
the fire that burned my heart was cruel on you whenever u talked to me
but at least with a vision
This wasn't the end when I found u again,
I got a glimmer of hope
You had a saint figure and this time I gazed in your eyes
All I saw was me.
How could I have told you this? No! You jst ignited the fire in me. I was unable to answer your statements but felt the joy of love. Fire in my heart was crimson red.
Your voice was as sweet as biryani
that the fire kept on burning With a pain of love and joy
for this is what my heart wanted.
Fire in my heart was virgin.
I was in no more searching
for you are the one to cool this fire
am not leaving till you do it.
Promise of a heart a broken
but a promise of a hurt are treated.
Am not perfect in love
for love is like a seed planted and needs to be watered.
I will water yours and you mine.
Am in love with you.
I have no perfect features for you
but this love will never grow old.
Am just waiting for you to say
I love you and I will keep it forever.
The fire in my heart is love.
Love for you. In troubles,
happy & sad moments of this journey.
Will cherish and love you Embrace & cuddle you
keep you warm all night,
make you smile like a rose
and make you feel high.
This fire is for you.
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