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Aisha Alansari

(May 12th 1999 / Qatar)

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A Year Without Rain


A year without you is like a year without rain,
since you came into my life..
everything became bright,
I used to live in the dark..
wondering..everything was a question mark.

A year without you is like a year without rain,
I want you..I need you,
without you my lifeis dry,
even though I was always shy..
I need you..you helped me in various of things..more than
the size of the massive sky.

A year without you is like a year without rain,
every tear I cried was from my heart..
suffering from pain,
you'll always be on my mind,
you're so hard to forget..a nice person like you is very hard to
find,
I know you'll not be here or there..anymore,
the important thing you're happy somewhere.

Submitted: Saturday, June 16, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, July 18, 2012

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This poem is for my Fav. teacher (English teacher) Ms.Cherine.She helped me with alot of things like including poems and she's my inspiration if being an English teacher.However now she's leaving and I really feel bad so I wrote this poem.

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