Treasure Island

Ravi Sathasivam


When will I see you again my love? ...


When will I see you again my love
Days have gone and your presence is still absent
The pain is so deep in my heart without being with you
I miss your sweet voice and not hearing your soft breath
There is no music of love or happiness here without you
The emptiness of darkness is built around in me
Leaving nothing but your thoughts are in my heart
My soul can reach you where ever you are there
But my love can not reach you unless you are close to me
My nights have made me wept and no one here to wipe my tears away
You are forever with me in my thoughts and my dreams
I am waiting here for your undying love
Tell me my love, when will I see you again.

Ravi Sathasivam / Sri Lanka
Copyright @2008 Ravi Sathasivam

Submitted: Wednesday, November 05, 2008

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