parth mahida


What I Really Wants


What I really wants,
I wants to be with you,
I wants to walk with you,
In a silent night, on a silent road,
with your hand in my hand,
Listening to you.

What I really wants
I wants to forget everything
When I am with you,
Trying to believe,
Believe in reality of my Imagination

What I really wants
I wants to see you smiling,
I wants to be the
reason of that smile
A smile that remains on your face
and a face that remains in my heart.

What I really wants
I wants to write
write about my angel,
watching you sleeping in my arms…

Submitted: Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 21, 2014

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I never get what I wants,
so I live it in my imagination, in my dreams...
In my poems....

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