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You and me

If you like to be...The Sun,
I wish to be your rays.
If you like to be...The Moon,
I love to be it's light.
If you like to be a cloud,
I like to be your rain.
If you like to be rainbow,
I adore to be it's curve.

If you like to be a Sea,
I want to be your shore.
If you like to be a bird,
I would turn to be a tree.
If you are tired and go to sleep,
I will just remain as your sweet dream.
All your life you lead,
I will remain as your loving wife indeed.
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I am (Hazel Shirley)Hazal Shirly Sameera Pulukuri,Research scholar in English Literature .A blog writer against stress.To educate people to live with positive attitude, to reveal beauty of life loving concepts and to relieve them from Stress and stress causing factors is my prayerful ambition.I admire to present tips to overcome stress in all walks of life.I joined poetry.com to express my true feelings.I respect life and value every life.I appreciate free will in expression and strongly believe that self-expression is not a crime.I have a passion to write poems though simple....to make others love their life.I Heartfully believe that happiness is something we create.I admire simple language.So,I just try to express honestly from my heart.All copy rights only to Pulukuri Hazal shirly sameera.My Email- educationstresses.all@gmail.com ; My blog address:http://educationstressa.blogsopt.comMy Facebook Profile :https://www.facebook.com/hazel.shirleyMy page:https://www.facebook.com/HazelShirleyPoems ;Join the group @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/306993172729338/ggl- https://plus.google.com/u/0/110455039940095261823/posts more…

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