Somia Race

(27 september / Pakistan)

Midnite charm! !


Mi dnite filled wid another charm
Brushing the clean thoughts of u
Awaiting with one more hope of life
Hope which shatterd as u went away

Assembling myslf up
Brushing the clean thoughts of u
Making myslf bright shine n calm
Midnite filled wid another charm
Opening another door

closing chapter of my life
Brushing the clean thoughts of u
Once u filled broken heart with pleasure
Joined the broken edges of life
Brushing da clean thoughts of u

Filling big gap of life
Missing a beat of life
Ruining the side of life
Com in charm of midnite
No1 stays in this charm neithr u can
Brushing the clean thoughts of u

Submitted: Friday, August 06, 2010
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