Anwitha Saliyan


Love Life Dream


Day by day when you see me
Time to time, even each second
I Never thought a relationship called valuable precious suddenly becomes shattered from one end
Is it So?
Few minutes seconds hours weeks months
God gave a whole life
But only one end
Is it so?
Everyday it follows in vain
And feels as if the last breath along
God knows
Is it so?
When you know the truth
A belief a love care affection
Will gloom in shadow of sorrow
Even though u are a angel
A rainbow, with cherish-able smile
A precious thing called love
A valuable relationship
Tought me to move in future
Dont look past
There is no end
A shore of sea
The limit of sky
Never.
Is it so?
Still heart is blinking
May it come and say yes
But no imagination abrupt-ed me
Yes sacrifice will be the end
Is it so?
Dont know god gave a lightning
With the agony of rain
Eyes are wet, still searching for the end
But No: Is it happened?

Submitted: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
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