Siddharth Tripathi


Badal ka tukda


Kabhi ghar pe aana
Kabhi ghar pe bulana
kabhi khoob sunaana
Kabhi ankho se kah jana

Saari baaton ko batana
Bin bataae na so paana
Ache lamho ko sunaana
Bure lamho me paas bulana

Ghanto ghanto bolna
Bolte bolte chup ho jana
Ek lamha muskurana
Fir khamoshi ko apnana

Teri meri ye kahani
Apne "aap" me gawaana
Ek badal ke tukade se
Raat ka din me aa jaana

Kabhi ghar pe aana
Kabhi ghar pe bulana
kabhi khoob sunaana
Kabhi ankho se kah jana

Submitted: Sunday, March 10, 2013

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