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inas essa


Tone of love


What can words add to meaningful glances? !
The whole story is briefed, in no word
And still evident,
Maintaining its whole shape and glow,
With not a scratch.
Like a quill, through morning breeze flying,
To and fro, swiftly dancing
Making everything around standing in hush,
To learn how to embrace the whole world
And make it blush.
When eyes flirt,
In one row the world stands,
taking worries off,
And in harmony, sways with sweet melody,
Putting perfumed glittering dress on,
And still eyes talk, in ambiguous tone;
That is called love.

Submitted: Monday, September 09, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013

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