Your mine Sunshine Poem by NAVEED SHAIKH

As the day begins with sunshine
I wake up hoping your mine
Through the hours of the days
Away from you my heart craves
The sound of the minutes beat
I wait in agony for your sensational heat
Each moment of the seconds I wait
Wishing that being with you is my fate
When I embrace your love
I know one day I’ll reach to the stars above
It is you beside me that makes me alive
Without it, in pain my soul will not survive
When my lips touches yours
With my past pain your the only cure
Listening to rhythm of your harmonical voice
My heart beats along without a choice
You are my best friend, my soul, my reason
Hoping you happiness and love through out the seasons
As long as I pray of this
Hoping for god’s bliss
Forever I will stay loving you
For these words are nothing but ture

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2014

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This poem is dedicated to my beautiful best friend.

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