Kumud Ranjan

(8th July / India)

Forever


Nowhere till far you were in my sight
It was a dark night, horrible and lonely
I tried hard to sleep, but I couldn’t
Your memories make me paralyzed

Pacified I was as incidents ran into my mind
Why you left me? I haven’t ever thought of
I was wrong, but I love you that u know too
I’d have changed myself if you’d have waited for

I know I’m not the perfect match for you my dear
But you used to be proud of me, loving me ever
Perhaps you were not wrong, it was my fate
I know you love me n would love me till end

You’ll still be there whenever I need you
I’m sure of your affection would never faint
I have no complaints, cause its love dear
Call me whenever in need, for you I’m forever…

Submitted: Friday, August 14, 2009
Edited: Saturday, August 15, 2009

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