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Love is Life

we shall sleep
not this day,
we shall die
not this moment,
we shall live


[#] ...and you can just rearrange it and repeat it whichever way you want because there is just so much life and love in this existence :-)


Nachi said…
not this moment
not this day
we shall sleep

not this moment
not this day
we shall die

we shall live


ps: whassap bro?? haven't seen ya around in a while now!
Alok said…
yes arrange it whichever way we may but we will still find the same way to life .... I like this Siva .... this never say die spirit .... there is so much of life as you said and we loose all of them over petty things ... I like nachi's 'rearrangement' too, though i will dare not attempt tht ...

Keshi said…
to live is to die, to die is to live.

u mite like to read my today's post Ghosty :)


Miladysa said…
Breath deeply :-D

How goes it Ghosty?
Jeevan said…
with Love... Jeevan :)

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