Ankur Thakur (13-10-1994 / Samastipur & New Delhi)
With Daddiee You Drove Off
I saw a spark light in your eyes,
And I wished it remained there for eternity,
Knew something there was burning in you,
Longed to have a quiet moment for we two.
After passing of a second I realised,
You too were staring at me,
At once I wanted to know the reason 'why',
But we both were lost appearing shy!
Clock passed; my vision slowly going beyond your blue eyes,
And falling at the place of your heart,
Now all that I wished was to get to know you,
But in this life, chances we get are few!
(Your daddie came, and you along with your family drove off...)
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