Satyapriya Gupta


I think about you all the time


I think about you all the time.

You are the first thought as i open my eyes in the morning
AND
You are definitely the last one when i close my eyes at night
AND
You don't leave me alone even in the dreams that are mine.

I think about you all the time.

You haunt me throughout the day,
which makes me all happy and gay..
You are with me at night,
when i feel nothing is going right..

I think about you all the time.

All the time,
You keep running in my mind.

When i am cooking,
when i am eating,

When i am the host,
when i feel like a ghost,


When i am dancing,
when i am singing,

When i am working,
when i feel like dozing,

When i am up and out,
when i am totally down,

When i am engrossed in a movie,
when i feel like a complete zombie,

When i am happy and gay.
Well, i think about you everyday..

Just the fact that i have you
makes me feel all fresh and new.
And if you think the verses are about some mate,
then thou i shall regret to hate.
But if you think this poem is about YOU,
then i will say 'I Love You'..! !

Submitted: Tuesday, November 11, 2008

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