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Longing
by Charishma Ramchandani
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  Midnight it is, stars hang in the sky
I feel each moonbeam, as it creeps by
I listen to my soul, in bed I lie
As you softly whisper, "Hi".
So much to say, such a sweet night
As the Luna dances, spreading delight
You are far away, yet in sight
I miss your kisses, so soft and light.
Methinks of the day, when we met
At 8pm, on 8th August, on ICQ, on Internet
Once we got talking, we didn't rest
Our words created, a friendly nest.
Days, months and years have flown by
Brought us closer, like chocolate and pie
Without you now, day and night I sigh
Return soon my love, before I die.
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October 21, 2001
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