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Bimash Budha


Who is your SUN?


Everyday Sun wakes up to please you with all comfort
Provides the warmth you need, stays there all day long

Doesn't matter if you can't see, maybe the clouds are thick
Somewhere deep within, you know sun is right where he used to be

You are a 'beautiful', sun loves your spirit and your charming soul
You deserve every good things, you're the most precious of all

Sun makes sure you have everything, praises your glorious life
He provides you a wedding-ring, asks you to be his wife

Warmth is all the happiness he'll give, the world has ever seen
Sun, he, wants to be there for you, as long as the time has been

I promise that you won't be lost, neither you will lose him
Everytime you need me there, look up in the sky to see me

By now, you know that Sun is me, the Son of all the Gods
Don't ever fall apart, I'm looking down on you even in thunderstorms

Just believe me that I'll always be the one who will never leave
I'll be the sun you need, the sun who'll revolve around you
You'll be the center of my galaxy, and the universe too

Submitted: Friday, December 20, 2013
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  • Gold Star - 19,726 Points Gajanan Mishra (12/20/2013 8:58:00 PM)

    very good write, sun within one's own galaxy, I like it, go on.
    I invite you to read my poems and comment. (Report) Reply

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