sikander punia

Rookie (13-09-1994 / ambala cantt)

i am the luckiest one


The beautiful tym we've shared on phone
Their memories never leave me alone
& i love to think we'll be lyk this 4ever...
We may be far.. but we'd be apart never

You dunno how spcl, it feels to knw ‘u care'
I'd die to hear u say ‘m urs'
Though m not perfect & its unfair,
Yet i luv it wen u accept me wid all my flaws

& wen u call my name
Wid dat luv in ur voice.
Dunno if u feel d same
But i dnt have a choice

U make me feel
M THE LUCKIEST GUY ALIVE...


You dunno how wonderful it feels to be with u..
To know as long as we're together everything is fine
It seems so unreal & yet it's true
U r my girl...u r jst mine.

& when u say it
That u luv me..
The world feels lit
N full of glee..........


U make me feel
M THE LUCKIEST GUY ALIVE...

Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2014
Edited: Saturday, August 09, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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