Treasure Island

Nivedita Dubey

(02/11/1996 / Kanpur)

The Immortal Love


You might not be able to see him
Hope to do so might have died
Tears have marred the beauty of your eyes
Before giving up you should have tried
To listen to your heart’s advice
What you are thinking he has caught
For he knew you loved him a lot
Try to listen what he says
Then you will feel
Not that lonesome are the days
As a man he might have died
But the soul of his is still alive
Seeing you cry he might have sighed
A smile of yours will fill him with pride
Remember that the hope in your eyes
Makes him jump with happiness and surprise
No one can go against nature’s rule
So keep yourself calm and cool
Man may come and man may go
But love never dies as we all know

Submitted: Monday, March 21, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, August 10, 2011

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  • Kee Thampi (3/22/2011 5:34:00 AM)

    keep the brain to stroll the passion of soul
    smile of yours will fill him with pride
    Remember that the hope in your eyes
    Makes him jump with happiness and surprise (Report) Reply

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