piyush jain

(23/11/89 / 9425506476, ,9039866310)

she is my soul

It ws smhw lik I ws prisoned behind
Dis ws literally d day
whch awz kept me alive & awaked
I am awz afraid to speak ma mind to you
bcz u r prsn fr me wid deep values
pages f my life ws really incmplete
aftr finding u ma lif got cmplete
although smtim I cl u as muggin
bielieve ds really wnt u as ma munchkin
Frm tdy no mattr wt may b ma tmrw
aftr gtng u evry thng escaped whch lft me n sorrow
story f our frnshp ws smwt topsyturvy
& believe ds
Dere z no true luv widout jealousy
d biggest pain n life s to sit behind u
U wl nvr b mine cud really knew

Submitted: Sunday, October 04, 2009

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