WAQAR ARSHAD CHINGARI

Rookie (19TH SEPTEMBER 1989 / KARACHI)

Love


LOVE LIVES IN HEART, NEVER LIVES IN MIND

LOVE HAVE MANY FEELINGS OF DIFFERENT KIND

SOMETIME IT SEEMS THAT BOTH WILL GRIND

SOMETIME IT SEEMS THAT BOTH WILL JOINED

SOMETIME IT SEEMS LIKE CALM OF MIND

SOMETIME IT SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND

SOMETIME IT SEEMS THAT LOVE IS BLIND

BUT, WHY? ................WHY?

WHY ANYBODY DON'T KNOW, WHAT IS FACT

WHY ANYBODY NEVER TRY TO UNDERSTAND, & REJECT

WHY ANYBODY NEVER BELIEVES ME, NEVER ACT

WHY ANYBODY NEVER TRY TO MAKE ME CORRECT

WHY EVERYBODY GRIND TO LOVE LIKE INSECT

LOVE FEEL ANY DANGER THEN I'LL REACT

LOVE WILL BE A KING OF WORLD, I EXPECT

BUT........ NOBODY NEVER LOVES TO ANYONE................

CHINGARI YOU'RE A MAD AND YOU'RE A FOOL

BECAUSE YOU BURN YOUR OWN HEART, NEVER FEEL COOL.

WRITTEN BY,
W.A.CHINGARI.
A GREAT MYSTERY.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 12, 2009

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