Rigzin Namgyal

Rookie - 10 Points (9 may / India)

Tashi


dwelling in an alien land
nurtured by the very divine hand
she's been there since ages
when she thinks of home she gets mirages

day and night she's been doing the toil
the day will come when she'll touch her own soil
loves goin out for hiking
i suddenly have started to 'feel' the liking

inside her i see a rising star
when she'll shine very 'bright' that day is not very far
with her light the whole world she ll illuminate
for her every guy ll hallucinate

in front of her i feel like a nincompoop
i think i m caught in the traingle of her loop
search wherever u may, u ll never find sumone like her
thats the aura that revolves around this buddin 'writer'

she weaves magic with her words
with her spell she ll conquer all the three worlds
every word that i wrote here is true
hoping to see a smile on her face i now bid adieu

'u r my greatest friend' by now i think u already know
that u r very dear to me is what i want to show

Submitted: Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, September 14, 2011

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