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Piyush Dey

Rookie - 669 Points (India)

The everlasting love


When i think of thy face,
I see the moon and see you there,
Your lovely cheeks of silken glace,
Smile in the moon clear.

Your eyes filled with such innocent love,
Your hairs like a river of aroma,
Come to kiss me when i am slept, the sky above,
And get embraced in my heart.

Your cute and naughty mischieves,
Your tender touch of heavenly grace,
Make me smile even in the worst of my night,
Even in my endless thoughts.

O love, My dreams only dream for you,
My soul only lives for you,
My eyes only search for you,
My breathes only breath for you.

And now that today i cry,
For the moon is no more in the sky,
My heart still bore the love for you,
Long after it breathed the last for you.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 20, 2013

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