Thoithoi Tongbram


I Love You


Love! Oh, this love!
There can be sunny days.
There can be rainy days.
Just that one smile can set me
Running my heart to beats.
Just a harsh word can spin me
Tipsying over some puny deeds.

Love! Oh, this love!
There can be sunny days.
There can be rainy days.
Your meaningless laughs and smiles,
Have a reason with those beautiful eyes.
Your anger and frustrations so untamed,
Leaves me wondering, questions unaimed.

Love! Oh, this love!
There can be sunny days.
There can be rainy days.
You are the world to me.
And with me I have you.
But as vast as the world be,
I still can't have enough of you.
Love! Oh this love!
There can be sunny days.
There can be rainy days.
You say it's hard to trust anyone these days.
They tell you it’s far from being okay.
But damn them and the shit they say.
I feel your trust in a million ways.

Love! Oh this love!
Be it the sunny days.
Be it the rainy days.
All I think about is you.
All I've ever wanted is you.
Know it or not, it's been you.
Believe it or not, for eternity, I love you.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Topic(s): Love


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