Akash Bindal

Rookie (1-9-1993 / Hisar, Haryana)

Watching Your Image!


You know how to smile,
Showing your teeth all a while..

Carrying so much confidence on your face,
Even then deny to take the compliments like an ace..

Writing this short piece of poetry,
I am observing the pic of yours, its lovely..

Please don't joke on serious matter with me again,
Or I will start crying like a new born baby thrown in drain..

Do you know how important you are cartoon?
Like how earth will behave without sun and moon..

The day is not far for the Armageddon,
Never leave me or I will be torn like the beautiful rose in the garden..

As the night is bleak without that shining star,
Same my life would be so incomplete when you will b far...

Let me learn,1 day I will sing for you with the help of guitar,
When we would be on a long drive in our own purchased car!

Submitted: Thursday, March 07, 2013

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