Mittur Ramprasad


Blowing Like A Wind


BLOWING LIKE A WIND

Are you lonely feeling afraid
Living in the shadows of blue shade
Of ghost of past memories
Filling your heart with worries
Are you lonely feeling baffled
Under gray skies in shattered world
With no one to hold you in dark
To soothe the pain with new spark
Say the word I will come running
To hold you tight with all my loving
To kiss you till you turn blind
I will come blowing like a wind
Something I want to let you know
Please don’t say I told you so
Because I feel as lonely as you do
Living in the world of dark blue
We have hurt each other enough
Without you life has been rough
My heart is filled with empty feelings
Crying out loud for your loving

Submitted: Wednesday, June 24, 2009

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