I May Not Need - Poem by NITIN RAMNATH
Perhaps if the love and the world were young
Resided the truth on every lover's tongue
Untiring pleasures would make me move
Definately to live with thee and thy love
Enticing us, do times change the creed
Nowhere do we find the paths that lead
Could youth last and love still breed?
Everlasting delights, I then, may not need.
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