Treasure Island

Deepak Calyampoondi


A new Life together as a husband and a wife


This is a beginning of a new life,
Its really a boon to have an understanding wife,

I am sure you both are made for each other,
So close you both shall be in any weather.

I do not say there may be no storms,
but you both need to dare it by being calm,

May you be blessed with many lights,
who shall carry your names with a lot of pride.

Life may be up and life may be down,
But this wedlock will never make you drown,

For its destiny, that's brought you together,
Live life to the fullest and forever.

May God be with you in every endeavour,
Let him give you the blessing as a best couple forever.

Submitted: Monday, February 28, 2011

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