Ritu Shah


I’m going to miss you


With the twinkling eyes
and generosity of a wish
She smiled and said
“Bbye, I’ve to leave…”
How do I stop her?
the love of my life
I held her back to say-
“Please stay a little more while”
I looked at her
and pulled her in my arms
To have the feeling of her presence
forever in my heart.
She blushed, she laughed
softly she pushed us apart.
“See you tomorrow, my love”
She said and kissed my heart.
How do I tell her?
the love of my life
I’m going to miss you
Every moment till we meet next time….

Submitted: Tuesday, January 11, 2011

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