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139 : You Never Said Yes , Never No

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HIRA SADHAK
You Never Said Yes , Never No 

You never said yes to me, never no We walked together empty, in crowd Some times beyond sun set , timid neon Breathed closeness, spring in autumn You never heart me, broken my stones Listened the story, brought from Amazon Told me not to be sad , never to cry again, thought you will lead me to flower garden. Every day open the book again to read you Mostly pages are blank, occasionally few Fail to trace light house, no where to reach Tears of ocean swept sand of golden beach Day long I walk in crowed ,wait for night Just to see your signature in clean blue sky Some times it is visible, wait for the spring Some times invisible wait till arrive morning

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