Thakur Jain

Rookie - 60 Points (18-01-1990 / Udaipur)

Tarif jitni karu kam hai...

Mere dil ki rani hai 'Heer'
Ranjhe wali nhi... Ye Meri Heer hai

Heer ki smile... Kya smile hai... Actually smile nahi wo dil khush karne ki dawaa hai
Jab smile karti hai to dekhne wale ke dimag ka sara 'data' kahi gayab ho jata hai... Uski smile ke sath uske gaal 'stretch' hote hai aur aisa lagta hai ki wo bhi us smile ko dekh kar smile kar rahe hai
Usko dekh ke smile bhi aisi aati hai ki zuban kuch keh nahi paati... Lab hill nahi pate

Heer ki zulfe... Kali bhuri zulfe, kaan ke piche Jake 'U' turn leke aage kandhe pe aati hai..aisa lagta hai uske kandhe par aakar 'proud feel' kar rahi hai

Heer is idiot.... Awesome... Not like any other girl (gossiping etc) ... But beauty wise she has all the beauty a girl needs

Lovely lively smile...
Cute face...
Voice sweeter than sweets...
She is special on her own

Submitted: Friday, November 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, November 22, 2013

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I was traveling from bangalore to mumbai... That time i have written this in my diary.

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