Tiku akp


Memory of Love


I need the cloud
That was there
When you fall onto my arms
And for the first time I kissed your hair

I need the star
To show up now
How upon grassy lawn we slept
I on top of you as breeze was blowing slow

I need the bird too
That chased us to the dale
Where we got soaked rolling on dews
Till in the west the morning star turned pale

I need the time
When we were young
We were getting mad for each other
A touch of hands made our heart beat strong

You left me alone
When I needed you the most
To fight lonely hours of my days
Remembering, weeping for one I have lost

Submitted: Friday, May 30, 2014

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