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YOU

There's beggary in the love
That can be reckoned
Replied Anthony when asked by Cleopatra If it be love indeed tell me how much

Your eyes reflect the soul
Both yours and the mine
Most beautiful pair
Glad they are with her
Light up when she smiles
Light up when she cries
Small in size piercing light
Engulfing the heart
Looking at it gives me pride
Lucky enough to look at it

Forehead that of a Goddess
Of a dimension only you posses
Hairline plucked back
Raven haired charmer
Sends out the message
Your heart leads
Capturing others
A place where
People will willingly incarcerate

Pins her beautiful nose
That pinned my soul to her
Long and sharp
Musicians Harp
The Philtrum by defenition
Has no apparent function
You are an exception
The mole placed
Right in the centre
Sets a billion hearts on fire
A rarity that
Your beauty was meant
For glory

Smile that looks
Like a hundred million bucks
See her smile
Seems like a mile
Skips a heartbeat
When the lips part
Not to speak
Memory of her smile
Lasts a lifetime
With happiness
Goes hand in hand
Lips a
Magicians wand
Key that fits my heart
Makes my day
Day after day
Bright as the Sun
Lights the Night
Is it Patented?

Mysteious and Alluring
 Passion Artristry
Behaviour Refined
Passion Contagious
Charisma Elegant
Artistry in the
Way you carry
Elegance by your
Very presence
Embodiment of refinement

Women like you
Define a Woman
If I'd taken a step
Every time my heart skipped
I'll be holding the stars
Do I gift the stars to you
Or you to the stars
Together you fill the Galaxy
What a sight it would be ?

You exist is the
Very Essence
Of my existence
You not a goal
To be attained by persistence
Get you like a man
Or let go like man
In letting go
Lies the greatest love
Grief and Sorrow
I'll withstand
Hoping you ll be mine tomorrow
Tomorrow never comes
So I still get to have the faith
That one day will be the day
I hoped will be tomorrow
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Submitted by K.V.Srikanth on March 04, 2021

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