jahanvi .......................


In the night Poem by jahanvi .......................


Sometimes in the nyt
M afraid 2 close my eyes
In a fear what nxt day will bring me
Another bitter truth
Or a sour lie
Dat may tear me again
D lyf in me which I feel
May b lost in day waiting 4 me
May b I hear u again
Or may b not
May b my eyes may get wet again
Or may b my lips may smile
M caught in ds
With no strength 2 fight anymore
As I can’t let go of u
I m not near 2 u
I m loosing somewhere
But I wanna hold d moment tonight
A moment in which im caught
Wid Sweet memories of urs
Wid innonce of mine
Wid happiness of frnds
Wid love of all
Wid a free spirit of mine
Things have turned around
M parting from every1
But I make a wish tonight
In hope it may cum true
May d lyf urs filled wid joy
Wid love n care
May d lyf of my frnds filled wid
Hues n happiness
May d lyf shower its goodness
On everyone
May no tear touch Ur Eyes
May d smile never fades
May u never forget me

Submitted: Monday, June 28, 2010

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