siddharth soni

(29-08-1989 / vidisha madhya pradesh)

we are together, we are one.


Let the storms come, let the earth shake,
I will hold your hand no matter what it takes.

You know I am missing you and I am missing your love.

When I have you I have everything,
For I desire you and I desire nothing.

You don’t know this, that I love you very much.
I am craving for you and I am craving for your touch.

Everytime it will be cold,
I will make you warm.
Drawing you closer,
I will grip you in my arms.

There are truths I do not know until I feel them,
There are truths I do not say until I pen them.

This is one truth that I am writing now,
You and me are together
You and me are one
And I know nothing
And I know none.

Submitted: Sunday, February 13, 2011

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