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My Love-'' Sangeeth'- music - Violin !


I felt like i was in an ethereal world,When the music of his strings took me,Just far far away.
How wonderful I felt, within me,
When his music seeped deep down my soul.

Heavenly dwell is what i saw,
Those unknown even to my dreams
This travel kindles in me the light of many,
Happy memories and serenity unbound.

I burn the hatred, char the scars,
All i feel is just his mesmerising voice
Divinity in
him, the voice and style
He makes me smile,
A smile, simple and sure
Conveying those hidden thoughts!

i know i am in love.
With him, with what he paints
And how he helps me evolve
I play him every day
Even those days of my
Thoughtless walks,
He lies there,
Waiting to be taken in hand,
and awakened to a new ,pleasant world.

I love you! My love,
I promise I will help you
Play those wonderful tunes
Those which are dormant deep within you,
I wish I keep my word
for I enjoy being beside you ...


A poem dedicated to my violin ...'He' denotes my sweet violin .. Music is surely the language of love ..It is the one thing that can unite every single soul..Have a nice week ahead! Take care

Good night !

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