jahanvi .......................


come home Poem by jahanvi .......................


Sometimes, someday
Somewhere, someone
I wish could hold me up
And whisper in my ears
“come home, m there for you “
U don’t need to fight alone
U need not be scared
U just live and
I’ll care for rest
And tell me “come home, u’ll be fine “
Love isn’t all about hurts
Love isn’t all about expectations
Love isn’t all about others
And hug me and say
“come home, u are love “
I’ll expect the way you are
I’ll take your roughness
I’ll handle your wildness
I’ll appreciate the being of you
And look in my eyes and communicate
“come home, u make it complete
trust me, its not a lie “
don’t seacrch anywhere
don’t look out more
don’t seek answers
and ensure me “come home, this is your home darling “




Jahanvi……..

Submitted: Sunday, October 16, 2011
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  • Rookie - 659 Points V P Mahur (3/1/2014 3:09:00 PM)

    a heartful missing note this one
    unique and painful
    Thanks A Lot.
    I invite you to read my poems and post comments (Report) Reply

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