Vishal Kadrekar

Rookie (08/07/1987 / Mumbai, India)

Kinjal Poem by Vishal Kadrekar

It’s been quite some time,
That I have been thinking about you.
And it’s been quite some time,
That my heart has been singing about you.

All I know is I love an angel,
All I know is I love an angel.

Love is all about roses and thorns,
Laughter and joy I promise every dusk and dawn.
I would love you so much even God will go green with envy,
So let our love begin, can we?
I promise I will be holding your hand tight in all the seasons,
And to love me I will give you every reason.
I know you won’t be running on my emotions,
But give me a chance in this world of commotion.

All I know is I love an angel,
All I know is I love an angel.

I don’t build castles in the air,
And reality is the world we share.
I know many Romeos have lined up for you,
Hey, you can ask your heart for the answer, for my love is true.

I’m a poet, and poems are my art,
Al l these words you read are straight from my heart.

All I know is I love an angel,
All I know is I love an angel,
Who’s name is Kinjal.

Submitted: Sunday, February 17, 2008
Edited: Friday, July 04, 2008
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