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»Away from me near my heart«

by Pulkit Hindustani, October 2, 2016

I see you in elegance of night pursuing moon and stars,
the crickets song cherish your pride,
but they say, my fate betray.
How then you in every sent lay,
you mesmer me with your warm rain,
I show them you rest in clouds they all dismay.
oh chirp covey mine cry

Written: October 2016
Tags: Death Love Nature

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