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By KAMsauMOY on 03/19/2008
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Rain drops, fall from the sky,
And it pours for a moment,
All birds to their nest they fly,
And I’m staring at a girl that look’d decent.

I was amazed at how she looks like,
At how she looks like without another pair of eye,
I’m looking at her as a gorgeous sight,
As a gorgeous sight which I can’t deny.

And I think I know,
She was like me, I know,
And I guess I was in her flow,
Enjoying the melted snow.

I wonder that she’s thinking about me,
Or other else,
And I wonder God sent her just for me,
Or for someone else.

We’ve been acting like strangers,
Like strangers to each other,
We never had a word since that day, never,

I walked to the gate, to the gate when the bell rangs,
Now the rain is dripping, little by little,
And I beg in to miss her, those thoughts are deadly fangs,
We meet unexpectedly, I call it fate, which I can’t handle.

We make a quick glance at each other,
But I remain silent, even If I know her,
I’m blushed when she gave me her innocent look,
And I cover my own with all my books.

Though we stared at each other,
Though it’s me she always glimpse,
And though I acted like I don’t love her,
But all I knew is we shaln’t be together… forever!!

Date: 19-03-2008

© By KAMsauMOY On 3/19/2008 10:24:21 AM
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