Treasure Island

binod bastola


Marriage(Divine Relation)


Divine relation: drive in life,
Love and respect; live in life,
Meeting of two, separated never, after death too soul of two,
Every step of life; ups or down,
Together in town,
Adapt for each others life, around all life,
Love, you love your whole life,
Loyal you have remain at the last time of your life,
Learn to love what you have,
Both are in their breath,
You breath for each, you live for each,
The love, the life you get another life; you live for that life,
love of two live in the life,
Tis divine relation not a deal you do,
You live your whole life with darling with you,

Toil to express,
Too true in life,
Tis eternal love you connect...

Submitted: Saturday, November 16, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, November 20, 2013
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