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M Jyothi

SUMMER RAIN

Poems From Yesteryears – Book Two of The Four Seasons

To my mother and all my English teachers in school/s.

  1. There Can’t Be

  2. A Different Man

  3. One Kiss

  4. They Know Like I Do

  5. Nothing Seems To Help ?

  6. If Roses Could Speak

  7. I am With You

  8. Of All The Love

  9. All Of Me

  10. When You Blow Me a Kiss Like This

  11. Please Don’t You Be Sorry

  12. Nobody Knows

  13. What Is This Between Us

  14. I Miss That So Much

  15. Your Smile

  16. Away

  17. Now That You Are Home

  18. Why

  19. What’s So Special About Me?

  20. Without You

  21. Wondering

There Can’t Be


There can’t be another sun

The only star that’s so bright

There can’t be another moon

Earth’s only natural satellite

No, there can’t be

And likewise there can’t be another woman beautiful

Beautiful like you

 

Can there be something

Freer than the breeze?

Can there be anything

Greener than the trees?

No, there can’t be

And likewise there can’t be another woman beautiful

Beautiful like you

 

Passing the ages and through the years

Who knows how life would turn out to be

Simply perfect or just suitable, I don’t know

But there can’t be another woman beautiful

Beautiful like you

A Different Man


People say I am a different man

From the one they used to see

Should I admit it myself

Because ​I guess ​there's definitely a change in me

 

A smile plays on my lips secretly

A ring of joy surrounds my heart

A thrill runs through the entire length of my body

And a good spirit telling me I am so alive

 

They say I am a different man

From the one I used to be

Since the very day I got your letter

Saying that you are coming home to me

 

​The longing​ in my eyes has begun to shine

There's a sparkle in my mind I no longer hide

A feeling coming over me is so divine

And the need to give all of me when you come that I can't deny


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