Manoj kumar tiwari

(05-07-1990 / nawabganj gonda, uttarpradesh)

Na Tum Mili Na Kuchh Mila


Na tum mili na kuchh mila..
Mili to bus mujhe tanhaai..
Dhundhta rahaa tujhe galiyon me jahaa se tu kabhi gujri hogi..
Mahsoos karta raha tujhe dil me ki kash tujhe bhi meri yaad ayi hogi..
Koshish bhi ki tumhe fir paane ki..
Par na tum mili na kuchh mila mili to bus mujhe tanhaai..akelapan mila aansu mile mili to bus mujhe ruswai..

Submitted: Friday, September 06, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 06, 2013

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When she went away some where without telling me something..
I dont know where is she?

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