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Still Love You
by Mita Sharma
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  If Someone says, "I still love you",
What does that "STILL" construe?
Does that mean, Yet, Even, Although,
However, Nevertheless, Yet, Nonetheless,
Inspite of everything Uptill now,
Till date OR Rather Now,
And does that also mean,
That it might stop,
Somewhere down the lane of life!
If I have to answer to this, I only have to say,
"I love you and will always do, till grave does apart."
January 30 ,2011
More by :  Mita Sharma
Views: 781
Poem Comment nice composition!
ira
02/18/2012
Poem Comment My pleasure Kumar g
mita
02/02/2011
Poem Comment Lovely composition, Mita. Thanks for sharing.
kumarendramallick
02/01/2011
Poem Comment thanks rupradha for reading me and the good words...
mita
02/01/2011
Poem Comment Oh my God! It's just awesome!! Keep it up.
Rupradha
01/31/2011
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