Seema Chowdhury

Rookie - 190 Points (14th September,1971 / Dhaka, Bangladesh)

A Day Of Blessings


Partnership is really a blessing of Lord
That binds two closely in a strong chord
The chord that carries affection and love
That is sent from God from heaven above

So always stay happy and enjoy each day
With the tiny things that come in the way
As it will help to make your day bright
And fill your life with pleasing sight

And you both played your role pretty well
And shared both cries and smiles that dwell
And did everything to make others glad
And tried your best to change all bad

And you both took care and handled with art
Your six little pearls who lived in your heart
And did everything to see their smiles
And showed your love in your own style

And today is you anniversary day
So relax and review your whole life's way
And count all blessings that were given to you
And made your life brighter and new.

Happy Anniversary Ami & Abu! ! !

Submitted: Friday, November 07, 2008

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