Answer -Why Do You Love Me? -In Top 500 - Poem by ANJALI SINHA
Wondering! ! ! ! !
Thoughts and fantasies reeling,
When asleep-things I wish
Wish no fear
If right beside me,
You be here.
Meeting you was fortituitous destiny,
A choice to become your friend,
But when it came to falling in love,
Was right beyond my control.
Fate brought us together,
Hope never to be apart.
If I could just touch you,
Feel you, love you,
Am I asking too much?
Thoughts of you come to me all day
All day-often it seems-
Can I just help it?
When your all of my dreams.
You my sangfroid dominating force
Taken veritable possession of me.
Made me a captive of your spell-
My reasoning is blocked
My sanity stolen
Im like a snake dancing to your tunes.
Your voice makes me tremble inside
And your smile is an invitation
For my imagination to go wild.
Every word so pellucid
Anser me “Why do you love me? ”
Rings out loud and clear
Flooding me with emotions
Throwing me overboard into that ocean of love.
What if I call you the diamond in my ring,
The sun of my life, brings
The moon of my dreams and the stars of my destiny.
Ive learnt so much about you
Even though we just met.
My love for you is a journey;
Starting at forever,
And ending at never.
With every beat of my heart
It hurts when you say good bye,
And with every beat of my heart
Drops another tear I cry.
At night I close my eyes
And in dreams I see is you,
I want to be near you,
Hope you feel me in your heart,
No way to evanesce these feelings I have
Deep inside my sterile heart.
For tribulations, trials or distress
Cannot make me love you less.
Ich leibe dich
I love you
Main tumse pyaar kartee hun
Eu te amo
Ana B Habbak
Seni seviyorum! (a later addition as adviced by Mehmet)
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