Deepak Ranga

Rookie (01-01-1983 / India)

I Wish I Could............

I want to say something, I wish I could;
I've got my chances, though the count is few,
You came, we met, I smile; You leave I stand stood.
I'm confused, who's more pure, is it you or the morning dew.
I want to say something, I wish I could;

I sat besides her, fountain drizzle at the back,
I couldn't see anything else, her magic turned me blind.
All know Angels have wings, it's the only thing she lack,
It takes lifetime, a soul so true you'll seldom find.
I want to say something, I wish I could;

It's true with you, even the coffee tastes sweet;
The roses are indeed white, it's when you smile they turn red,
An Atheist myself, I feel God whenever we meet,
You left something, but you took all, with your memories I got wed
I want to say something, I wish I could;

Submitted: Sunday, November 14, 2010
Edited: Thursday, July 28, 2011


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