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Umasree Raghunath

Rookie - 30 Points (24 September 1976 / Eluru, AndhraPradesh, India)

Though apart!


We may be far apart, but we are still closer than ever!

Across the seas and oceans, away in different continents
no matter if its day or night, every thought is about you right
You had been my strength, my wish and my soul mate
You had been my friend, my guide and my aim!
Wish I get back to you within your safest arms
to regain the strength to battle this life
Wish I get back to you within your finest thoughts
to regain the success that is due for my hardwork
Wish I get back to you within your heart
to regain the love for which i am dying hard

Submitted: Monday, October 08, 2012

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Date: 25 August 2008

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