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Fence
by Dr. Kumarendra Mallick
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low fence --
she steals our sunshine
I her looks
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March 30, 2016
More By: Dr. Kumarendra Mallick
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Comment Both of them bartering smiles and delicacies, shaking the hands not warmly, but singing, churake dil mera, goria chali kahan, stealing my heart, where is the blonde going? An exchange of pleasantries in terms of affection and sympathy is it as they are basking in the warm sunshine, falling short of love at first. Had they been young and loving definitely would have taken a chance of strange meeting and would have dated or exchanged old-time love-letters not texted messages.

bijay kant dubey
03/30/2016 13:45 PM




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