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saba mughal

Rookie (22 august / karachi)

My Little Sad Love Story


Today I got a train traveling an unknown person
The view from the window was around the world
He sat down on the seat in front of me
I looked at him shocked and I lost my heart to see him
A immensely beautiful person he was sad blue eyes
I looked him more carefully
His blue eyes were swimming in tears
My heart began to get worried seeing His wet eyes
His pink lips were as rose petals
I wanted to know about him
I wanted to hear it from his lips His sorrow
he was not even looking at me sitting in front of me
Just sat in silence with bowed head
I wanted to talk to him
I wanted to say him
If you've heard about love at first sight
Then I should tell you
I should love to have you at first sight
But I could not say anything
The train should stop at the station
And he quickly left the set and got off by train
And I should see you go
I picked up my luggage
I Looked up and down the train.
The man had been hidden from my sight
Did not know where he went
I felt my eyelids wet
When I touched my hand to my eyelids was came to know i am crying
It was ends here my little story of my first love
But I want wait for you stranger man

Submitted: Saturday, September 07, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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