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zubiya surti


A Tribute To Our Departed Principal


The dawn of the new year had just arrived,
How happily we all bloomed! Like Flowers
Ready to face the day again
we had resolutions, eagerness, determination and desires.

But the second moment,
the black clouds hid our sun
It was like an eclipse on our smiles,
Which withered us completely.

Our ship had just begun,
Its journey in the ocean of knowledge
But the captain left us all alone.

This was like a sudden unexpected storm
on a bright sunny day

But the journey should not stop
And the show must go on,
the world is a clock which has time for everything
Designed by the Master Watchmaker

May you rest in a place of light,
where neither cold, nor hunger, nor pain is ever known
May your soul rest in peace......

Submitted: Friday, June 15, 2012

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