Sowkoor Nischal Shetty

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You came into my world
covering all the loop holes
That blocked the paths
from writing my destiny...

You made me rise in a world
that pushes you down
With words that were never heard
and phrases that were never used...

Together we moved along
sharing every bit of facts
Enjoying the moment of happiness
supporting the scraps of sadness...

Pain is what I feel
to let go of you from my life
Empty goes my heart
wandering in the barren lands...

Life has a cruel way to remind
that nothing stays for long
I battle it down to end
to preserve you in me forever...

Even though I moved ahead
with the changing time
My soul still crawls behind
Searching for the moments with you...

Never will I be able to
forget the times we had
Always reminding me of
the best companion I had...

Submitted: Thursday, May 09, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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