Shashikant Nishant Sharma

(03 September,1988 / Sonepur, Saran, Bihar, India)

Love and Friendship


Love is like a call
If you don't receive it
It will be missed call
Love is heavenly perceive it
I desire for you, it's a feeling of love
We walk together on beach
Nowhere to reach
Then it's good love
You do whatsoever to attain your love
Then it's a dedicated love
You do whatsoever to keep her happy
Change yourself to suit her
And you become the true lover
Friendship is like an SMS
All are welcome no any clash
Gives space to decides your fates
And until you open it, it waits
I say and you listen, it's a good Friendship
You say and I listen, it's a better Friendship
But I don't say and you understand
I feel lonely and besides me you stand
Then it is the best friendship

Submitted: Saturday, May 05, 2012

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  • Young Church Poetry (5/8/2012 4:45:00 AM)

    Yes indeed it will be a missed call and many people are afraid to call back. They should call back otherwise they will lose the most amazing thing. Love poem Sir..............! (Report) Reply

  • Jenny Gordon (5/6/2012 9:39:00 PM)

    Thought-provoking interesting collection of ideas in tribute to romantic as well as platonic and friendly love. Aye, it is a giving and taking relationship, methinks, yet less taking and more giving I rather suspect. If the fellow feels he must alter himself for her, where will that conclude? Why cannot both be themselves and if it is truly love, meld together, unconsciously changing as they do? Interesting. (Report) Reply

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