Sujeet Kumar Vishwakarma

Rookie - 5 Points (02 August 1985 / Varanasi)

Run into my arms...


run into my arms,
as they have been forlon, for ages now,
run into my arms,
as it will complete me, i know this somehow....

run into my arms,
as i wish to feel, your touch your hug,
run into my arms,
for me to know, that i too deserve a love bug.

run into my arms,
coz it will ease my pain, and make me feel better, for the first time in life.
run into my arms,
as we togather will not only be happy, will also succeed the strife.

run into my arms,
as i have cried for ages, and have had less to smile,
run into my arms,
coz its your arms that know, how to make me feel worthwhile...

run into my arms,
i just want your pains to die, and you to smile from soul.
run into my arms,
i just want us to be togather, as then we will be whole......

run into my arms.. run into my arms.... run into my arms....

Submitted: Wednesday, September 19, 2012

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Comments about this poem (Run into my arms... by Sujeet Kumar Vishwakarma )

  • Rookie A B (10/12/2012 12:32:00 AM)

    v cute poem.....hope the message makes some impact on her... (Report) Reply

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