Rohan Roy

(03-07-1992 / Kolkata)

Let Me Belong To Her


on every part of my life
whether dead or alive
in my present, in my future
let me just belong to her

in every story, in all proceedings
in the name of true love
in every page of my life
let me just belong to her

if god really exists
i would ask for few things from HIM
if you ever make her for someone
let her belong to me

I belong to her, i am in her i am living coz of her, let me remain her's forever
When am thirsty, let her be the river
she is the source of my life

give me a house, a street, a city on her name
whether i go or stop,
wherever I go
will be just for her sake

if you give me the heart, then give me her pain as well
her laughter should echo all over my house
her smile would bring me solace and peace

you can halve my happiness if you want
you can take my life away but make a promise to me
on her tears, sadness, grief and on her wounds
It should only be my right everywhere, everytime, throughout my life

If you ever make her for someone
make her just mine in every birth

Submitted: Monday, January 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, January 28, 2013

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