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Arijit Mandal

Rookie (17th December,1993 / Siliguri)

All I Ever Wanted

All I ever wanted was to be a part of your heart,
And for us to be together, to never be apart.

No one in this world can ever compare,
You are perfect and so is this love that we share.

We have so much more than i ever thought we would,
I love you more than i ever thought i could.

I promise to give you all i've to give,
I will do anything for you as long as i live.

In your eyes, i see our present, our future and past,
But the way you look at me, i know we will last.

I hope that one day you will come to realize,
How perfect you are when seen through my eyes.

I thought love was just a mirage of the mind,
Its an illusion, its fake, impossible to find.

But the day i met you, I began to see,
That love is real and exists in me...

Submitted: Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, March 28, 2012

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