Treasure Island

ANJALI KAKATI


AS I THINK ABOUT YOU


As I think about you
Tonight,
I just wonder..
Do you too sometimes
Think about me?
To me you are like sunshine
And
When you are beaming,
I wear your smile on my lips
All day long.
Do you? Beloved
Too wear mine?
I am happy when you are happy.
Sad when you are sad.
Infact
I carry your tears in my eyes.
Do you? Beloved
Too carry mine?
I liked you happy,
The way you were before.
Before, I knocked the door of your heart
And you opened it ajar for me.
You belong in my heart.
Do i? beloved
Too belong to the one in yours?
As I think about you
Tonight,
I just wonder..
-anjali

Submitted: Friday, December 30, 2011
Edited: Friday, December 30, 2011

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