Lajpat Chawla

Freshman - 756 Points [Abhilaaj]

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Will You Love Me When I Am Gone, Like An Old But Loving Song?

Will you love me when I am gone, like an old but loving song?
Will you write he was so good, he never did anything wrong.
When I am in earth below, pounds of flesh and bone below,
Like a mass left redundant, like a freezing stone, below,
Lost in a place of six by three, with no one in my tomb below.
Will you visit on a snowy night and speak to me for long,
Will you love me when I am gone, like an old but loving song?
Will you write he was so good, he never did anything wrong.

Of course, my king, I will love you as much as I loved before,
My love is not like...

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Silent Steps

The steps,
Which bring the devout
And the sinners alike,
To your door steps.
Which remain covered,
With the snow in winter,
And sweat under the scorching sun
In summer.
When your devotees are

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