veeraiyah subbulakshmi

The unique love song..

Verses and melody of this matchless song
Effervescence from the wick and wax,
of hearts that tunes this distinctive song,
Flying over the clouds to catch those,
Mesmerizing stars to play this exclusive song,
Running through arterial connecting tributaries,
Supplying the elixir of adoring melody,
Viewing through the offing, colorful and distant,
This exceptional song always sung in the thoughts,
Even after traveling thousand miles, still tuneful
Even after facing the trials, still soft and melodic,
Even passing over struggling hills, still great and pleasant,
The two hearts have started this unique love song.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 24, 2013
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Merry Christmas to all my PH friends and the readers who are celebrating Christmas today. As partners we don't have to prove that we are always right and it is too difficult to hear what we want to hear from our partners, as we normally don't say what they want to hear, so enjoy your holidays loving each other..

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