Rohit Sapra

(7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

Princess, Butterfly and Barbie Doll

My views are becoming clearer
Doubts are decreasing about things
I can view things more clearly
My heart feels more love and very less hate.
Have nobody to love me, even though I really have wished for a girl to love me
As nothing can be more beautiful than love of a girl.
Most girls are so caring and I really respect them with all my feelings
Truly forever, I want to love a girl
By being in her arms as she would bring me so close to her heart
I want to be loved so dearly by her
Since, I simply want her deeply to be in love with me.
She will be my fairy and I will be her guy
The guy who will love her gently, without hurting her
Will even ask her before kissing her, if I can
Never want to hurt a girl ever in my life.
When I see a girl being hurt, then it hurts my heart too
Every guy should realize that without a girl their life will always be incomplete
For they are princess, butterfly and Barbie doll
Whom, you should truly love and never hurt.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 01, 2013

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