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Sandhan @SandhanPrem Let me hide In velvet night From the glaring day Let me escape Into silence From its cacaphonous fray
Loneliness Silence echoed through the house, reverberating off the walls in waves, filling every room with it’s presence.
Unrequited Love She looks into his eyes with adoration, she hangs on to his every word, he doesn’t notice her veneration, unrequited love.
Love Thief His doleful eyes of hazel hue, his boyish smile so cheeky, a bashful, gentle beguiling air, he stole my love completely.
Haunting Memories I’m now haunted by memories I thought long dead after ghosts from the past stole into my head as I slept in my bed.
Darkness Creeps The darkness does creep forcing day to sleep, as the night takes a hold our dreams will unfold.
Anjum_Raza @Anjum132 Like a captive bird The soul sings Remembering its home. It is precisely For this song The bird is caged.