Treasure Island

Ananda Adhikari

(11/28/1993)

I LOVE


I love you're name that comes from letter B.
I love how you're heart skips along with me.
I love how you're eye wink, when you see me.
I love you're thought that I am locked door of a life and you are the key to open it.

I love your lips, that makes me think that you're kissing me every time.
I love the way you walk with me, which proves that you are with me in every steps of my life.
I love how you touch me, that give me sense of deep emotion.
I love how you think that we have only
one heart and we two are the portion.

I love you're face that shines like moon and twinkle like a star.
I love how you talk to me, which sounds like a music from guitar.
I love how much happy u are, with me.
Because U are the only one for me, that's what I see.

Submitted: Saturday, July 14, 2012
Edited: Sunday, November 18, 2012

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