Rayhan Islam Shuvro

Rookie (28th December,1992 / Jessore, Bangladesh)

Meaning of you


What you mean to me is called love, you mean everything.
You are the themes for a dream, life of my sleep or sleepless nights.
Your love rediscovered myself.
Your love is all I need to get.



Every time I look at you my heart misses a beat, You are the one who hold the keys to my heart.
I love the feelings of being secured, when you wrap your arms around me.



I can be myself when I know that I'm with you, when I know that you are with me.
I hate to say goodbye to you, without a goodbye kiss, I hate the ending thing.
My love, this is your song.
Without you, I'm not that strong.



Every time I look at you my heart misses a beat, You are the one who hold the keys to my heart.
I love the feelings of being secured, when you wrap your arms around me.

Submitted: Saturday, April 27, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

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This is a love poem, I felt this for someone.

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