Anuksha Shetty


I'm hoping, I'm praying, that you will open up to me once.........


I can hear what you're thinking
Even if you aren't speaking of
What's in your mind....

I can feel what you're feeling
Even if you aren't speaking
of it to anyone

I'm hoping, I'm praying,
that you will open up to me once.........

I see what you're not showing
Stop hiding the truth
And face it like a man

I can smell what you're cooking
Switch off your stove
or else you will spoil your broth

Why don't you break your silence
Don't say me that you won't try
Obstacles have been build-ed up
in your mind,
All you have to do is pass them by,

You were the baby who feel a thousand times
and cried each time you feel
But smiled when you walked for the first time.

Speak about it
how long will you keep it
buried deep inside your heart
Count the lifespan of secrets,
And that of your sad days, You will find them, the same.


I'm hoping, I'm praying,
that you will open up to me once.........

Submitted: Friday, May 04, 2012

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