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Ravi Sathasivam


Why, you have stopped talking to me......


There is a pain in my heart,
allowing me not to live long.
Because you have stopped talking to me
All these days I lived for you.
All the time, my heart beat only for you
When your hands hold me tight and hugged
then I melt into your arms with love.
Your kisses ran through my nerves and
made my heart strong with my soul
You made everything to fall deep into my heart
and that made me to believe you are my life partner forever
I thought our dream will come true,
but without any reason you have stopped talking to me
I never thought that I will be crying with my feelings to the end
My pain you can be lighten by talking to me again.
Ever since the day you have stopped talking to me,
my heart kept me in reverie
I will wait for you until the day ends for me
and you will have my heart with tears.


Ravi Sathasivam / Sri Lanka

Copyright ©2004 Ravi Sathasivam

Submitted: Tuesday, October 19, 2004
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