Vizard Dhawan


Hair Hair Everywhere


Such golden thin strings
Yeah! I am talking about your hair
Long and natural so shining
Wears away my heart within a moment
Those are yours, those are shining
When they are carved into plaits
They do nothing but enhance your beauty
Gazing gazing at them my only duty
When air rushes through them
I want that moment to be stopped
Such a beauty your hair has given
They add colours to all your elements
I want my life spent under that shade
I want myself everytime under that blade
I want to live, I want to die
But I will never say you good bye
Your hair has made me so romantic
That only your hair, your hair
EVERYWHERE

Submitted: Thursday, January 24, 2013
Edited: Friday, January 25, 2013

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  • Kavya . (1/28/2013 11:07:00 PM)

    gud 1...a topic so different u have chosen to write a poem....yes as u have rightly said, most of the time it happens with everyone that u start writing poems when u fall in love with sum1..... (Report) Reply

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