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Shamsul Husain

Rookie - 4 Points (23/04/1977 / Bareilly, UP, India-243122)

I Am Here, Here I Am


I am to understand the colours of life
Some filled with joy
And some filled with sorrow
My dear friend, please
Let the light come to glow your face
And don’t differentiate me in a religion
Or in a race
See, I am just for you and waiting for a long time
Where are you?
Just come back to me
I am here, here I am

Don’t you remember those golden days
Those were tears in my eyes
And sometimes the glare
My dear friend, please
Let the cheers come to your lovely lips
And don’t keep me forsaken
Or a part of a broken faith
As I am just for you and waiting for a long time
Where are you?
Just come back to me
I am here, here I am

What about those skies going infinite
There stars do twinkle
And everywhere there is light
My dear friend, please
Let me become the dark to get you star
And don't leave me away from you
Or say a star is indifferent from a dark
Thus I am just for you and waiting for a long a time
Where are you?
Just come back to me
I am here, here I am

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Topic(s): Art


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