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Dilpreet Singh

(18-11-1980 / India)


Shuttering, of the windows at night
light moon rays, at the sight
Is it the plight of the skies
Or the wonder nature?
no one, is here to answer
alone lying on the bed,
i wonder.............
Time has passed by
memories are left behind
many storms blew
many seasons changed
but im still here
sitting by the window
to understand nature
misery of the past
always reminds her
but ican't find her
my last ship sunk
as the strom blew over
i was left alone in nature
she pampered me through the huge waves
only to leave me drenched in nature
they say love is blind
but i say it makes us kind
memories is all i have to live with
and i still sit here by the window
trying to understand nature........
trying to understand nature........

Submitted: Monday, June 07, 2010
Edited: Monday, June 28, 2010

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