Mittur Ramprasad


Sing The Song Of Love


Sing the songs of love
Blessed you are from above

Sun and the moon as life's testimony
Brought you are together by destiny
For a lifetime of amorous journey
In the path of perfect harmony

Sing the songs of love
Blessed you are from above

See the shimmer in your loving eyes
Sparkling it is like morning sunrise
Listening to each others souls to rejoice
Blend your hearts with eternal ties

Sing the songs of love
Blessed you are from above

Savor the moment of your beginning
Like the time before flower bud bloomingh
Precious will be this moment to reminisce
Wile your ardent love forever luminesce

Submitted: Friday, November 14, 2008

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