I Love You
I love you and you only
May be the words
You want to hear from me.
You may think my hands
Are rough and strong enough
To hold your hands tightly!
But, they are smooth and light
To carry out penning
Only in paper or keyboard!
You may think my skin
Is wrinkled and hard enough
To pat your hands slightly!
But it is smooth and light
To admire your eyes
with a smile about my age!
You may think my hairs
Are black and hard enough
To guess about my age!
But, they are white and silky
To adore my age
Beyond your expectation!
I am a self made man
With ambition and love
To see the world with all its beauty!
I love you and all creations of God
With harmony and peace
And live a peaceful life
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