Rayhan Islam Shuvro

Rookie (28th December,1992 / Jessore, Bangladesh)

You are free my bird


I love you but I don't wanna be a burden on your sky.
If you love me, just let me know, let me go.

What's in your mind my girl? Didn't you notice all my life I went so wrong I'm a failure!

I'll remember everything thing,
every ocean, every sun, every evening.

Like sun you smile, rain you cry
Like roses you live, pain you die.
I'm nothing according to you, the universe.
Why like the neon light, you're seeing but not telling anything.

What's in your mind sassy girl? Didn't you notice all my life I went so wrong I'm a failure!

If I'm a soldier you're the queen.
I lost all the wars I were in.
I won't ask for your patience.
Freedom is given, you are free.

Fly away, cry away
For the better, leave the way.

Submitted: Saturday, April 27, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

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This is about a guy, who is a failure in his life, he loves someone and letting her go, if she wants to.

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