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Salim R Javed

Rookie - 150 Points (Leh Ladakh)

Meet my love as Anna


I am Anna and Anna is I.
You cannot tell me how and why;
She dwells in me, I dwell in her,
Together we dwells above the star.

I am Anna and Anna is I,
Now i tell u how and why;
She is so cute, she is so calm,
We are together as breathing balm.

Flowers blooms when she speaks,
Roses jealous to her red lips,
Happiness there, wherever she stops,
Envious the angles whenever she walks.

Moon keep viewing her whole night,
To see her magnificence, firefly put their light,
With her i feel, with her i smile,
Her love is free from guile.

I am Anna and Anna is I,
I have told you how and why
She dwells in me, i dwell in her;
We use to dwell above the star...

Submitted: Thursday, May 15, 2014
Edited: Thursday, May 15, 2014

Topic(s): love


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