Yaseen Anwer

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A GIRL


Long long ago in the month of September
I met a girl whom I still remember
She was friendly, coy and cool
But went away making me fool

And later on, on some certain day
A similar girl passed on my way
Her eyes reminded me all that happened
My sincerity and the way she threatened

From that very day
My pain again started with me to play
I know my it will go away
May tomorrow, if not today.

Submitted: Sunday, April 03, 2005
Edited: Saturday, July 09, 2011

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