Lateef Jan Afridi Ab.latif jan

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Let's find her


She was like a flowing wind


She was like a soaring kite


Where she vanished, lets find her


While the paths always lead us


She always made her path


Sometimes fell, sometimes balanced but always went ahead cheerfully


I was always worried about tomorrow


She always celebrated the today


She lived every minute fully


From where did she come


after touching my heart, where did she vanished


She was like shade in scorching sun


She was like an oasis in a vast desert


She was like the medicine for wounded heart


I was limited to well


She will do somersault in the river


She used to swim against the waterfall


She was like a beautiful cloud


She is my Love


Where she vanished, lets find her

To My Love

Submitted: Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 19, 2013

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