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ishwar patil

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Do What Heart Say


they say do what heart say
but what heart say, is not an easy way
you need to go beyond all the boundaries
need to keep, luxury secondary
you need to win with every defeat
need to climb without rope fixed

you have to find happiness in tears
yours strength in your fears
when fall, need to start from the start
their is no end where you can stop
losing hopes is not way to cope
perseverance is the only opt

but even with such a difficulty
their is some thing to say
'what heart say
is the only way'

Submitted: Sunday, December 22, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 24, 2013

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