Ravikumar Rangappa


O n e W o r d..... Poem by Ravikumar Rangappa


See the sky...its falling down
Coming now for us....as a soothing rain
Stretch your hand...raise your head
Feel this rain to free yourself
In this day....In this moment
“Say the word”....“I am in need”....

One word is all I need
One chance to save my dream
I am waiting for you to say
Just one word about my feel....

I don’t know how
I don’ know why
You taught my heart to fly in the sky
You can’t just leave
You can’t believe
You own the world where I want to live....

One word....one word....one word....only one word....

I saw a new sunrise
In your beautiful eyes
I don’t what to say
I’ll love you till my dying day....

We’ve got one life to live
One life to love
One way to write the story of our life...
I am busy being yours
I am waiting at your doors
Only you can save me from my inner words....

Just one word....one word…one word....
Say it to me....all I need is.... only one word.



Date: 31-Oct-2013, Bangalore

Submitted: Thursday, October 31, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 31, 2013

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