Kishore Asthana

(Lucknow, India)

To my Valentine


Come my love,
Lets travel some more
On this journey called life
Together as one,
Lovers and friends
Poet and muse,
Husband and wife

Come my love, hold my hand
In this beautiful place,
In this strange land
Where, most times are great,
but some are not
Some days will be cold, some too hot
Some paths are confusing,
Without any light
Some roads are slippery,
Lets hold tight

But,
There is joy
And laughter, too
There’s your smile
And the rest of you
Yes,
Together is the best, that can be
In this life, for you and me

Come my love, wonders await
Come hold my hand,
Let’s travel some more….

Kishore Asthana

Submitted: Thursday, August 02, 2007
Edited: Saturday, March 26, 2011

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  • Stef Mighty Moshin Emo Rangers (8/3/2007 1:23:00 AM)

    aww! i liked this...its cute! its like 'the journey of love' i loved it!
    i may be wrong but was it supposed to say 'Come hold my hand, '
    cos it says 'Come old my hand, ' (Report) Reply

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