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Day by day
Night by night
My tantrums grew
Your enchanting smile
Extenguished them away.

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Young maiden so full of life
Why bother about that
Man in strife
Give him positive vibes
And let him go

And he will come to you
When you are least aware
Staring at the whites of the fluffy skies
Dispersing in the blues

Stop yourself from caring too much
His life belongs to him
And yours to you

So he will come to you
When you are laughing raucously
Least aware of his lingering looks
And eyes that refuse to leave your presence

Build your enchanting world
Around yourself
With least care
For his judgments
And his cares

But he will come to you
When you are yourself
Abandoning your poise
And drenched in wild abandon

And he is there
When you have forgotten him
Forgotten your yearnings for him
Forgotten your love for him

There, there
He is laughing
He is smiling
Welcoming you with open arms
And an open heart

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Beauty called life

The filtering sunlight
Waking every cell of yours
And the gushing waters
Quenching your thirst

So do not throw away
This thing called life

An unexpected hailstorm
In an unlikely place
Enjoy it while it lasts
Before the sun scorches them away

So remember to experience
This beauty called life

The mad twittering of magpies
With their monochrome bosoms
Oh what a spectacle!
To behold for many births

So forget not
About this miracle called life

A passing smile to an old couple
A game of football with unruly kids
A helpful discount from a shopkeeper
And the complimentary dessert at a bar

So dare to care
For this wonderful life

The sparkling stars
In the dark of the night
While the dim moonlight
Dances in your eyes

So stay thankful
For this miracle called life

A home cooked meal
And a roof over your head
A warm quilt
And a love nest

Care not to waste away
This wonder called life