Bijay Kant Dubey
A Beautiful Girl, A Beautiful Tale - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey
The girl is so beautiful
That fail I to forget her,
A beauty so lovely and harming
And so attractive.
As such, as such that want I to impress a kiss
On the fair and lovely cheeks of hers,
A girl so fairly white and beautiful.
Even if she went away, I couldn’t, couldn’t her,
A girl standing before not,
Passing through and eyeing,
So lovely and attractive to see
And glance at,
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