Sumita Datta

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My dream

I dream to arrive at the top of Eiffel tower along with you
I dream to reach with you at the top of mount Titlis and enjoy the snow view..
I dream to enjoy with you, the beauty of the Taj Mahal…
I dream to drench myself along with you in the fountains of Nigra fall..

I dream to climb with you the famous -China great wall,
I dream to cross with you the English Channel
I dream to dance with you once in Moulin rouge..
I dream to go with you to Oasis for booze

I dream to visit along with you in Vatican City, Rome…
I dream to see you, in my daily life, when I am back home…
I know, none of my dreams will come true; still I dream all these…
Though I know along with you I will not be able to enjoy even, a morning breeze..

I think I am crazy, I am dreaming too much…
But no matter, it’s a dream; there is no limit - dreaming as such…

Submitted: Wednesday, July 04, 2007
Edited: Saturday, March 19, 2011
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