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& here i go again...

" shaam hai....ek nai angdaai hai
aankehin hai...ek nasheeli gehraayee hai
chehra hai ya ek gazal
isi pe to hamne apni jaan gawaai hai

in this moonlit sky
with the cold breeze gently caressing your hair
the loose strands dancing to the tune of the breeze
all i can ask for is you to be here, you to be here..

in aakhon mein doob jane ko dil karta hai
tumhe dekh ke hi zindagi bita sakta hoon
ek candle light dinner, light music aur tum
phir chaand ko dharti pe bhi laa sakta hoon

holding you in my caring arms
looking at your innocent face
the loving eyes reaffirm my passion
I'm in love, i'm in love...oh yes...i'm in love. "


Ankit said…
i realize this sucks....infact all the stupid this will be the last one...
Shayon said…
Your very first one managed to say what you said with your 'last one' :-) The million dollar question here is, who's da girl? (or is it a boy?)
Anonymous said…
nice piece of art!!

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