Nehemiah Theophylus Haokip
The night I used to smoke,
With a winter pressure of ever smoker,
Oohh…..'Delilah' the beast of my heart
I was to kiss you with a hug.
The funeral of our promise were to rise,
I seek behind your shadow,
To heal youR broken heart,
You recur in my vision,
For I recurve our love.
Now and then,
Am recluse for I wish wrong.
The shore I stand with my love,
Was to carry away by those tiny bees,
For to make another honey of love,
You shirk with the name of love,
Just to shunt my roots.
I was to shine the shrine of our home,
But you were full shrew,
To the kind of tattle,
The scarf you wipe your tears,
Will be torn by my curse,
I earn, but you don't wish to spend,
I said, but you don't wish to listen,
What more should I do for you,
Just to be my princess again on December prom.
BY NEHEMIAH THEOPHYLUS HAOKIP
By Nehemiah Theophylus Haokip
Date of Birth 28-12-1997
Address 40 V/C Vaivakawn, Zotlang, Aizawl,
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Contavt No; +919612146556
Topic(s): love hurts
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