Treasure Island

Sumeet Mukherjee


Batch 2K5


I look at this extraordinary batch
And sometimes think about the variety
I have to hold my stomach and control my breath
To consider this unity in diversity
Oh what a pack of jokers is this?
Even the comedians will fall to shame
And when we all are at our full swing
We are sure to reach the hall of fame
Ruchi is the most sincere of us
And she has everything to dedicate
She has that capacity in her
To even challenge the fate
Riaz is one of those live wires
Who enjoys the life and can even laugh with it
He has readymade answers to every question
Which are absolutely fit for it
Sadhna is a sensitive girl
Who is full of innocence and purity
The childish nature which she has
Is also a perfect reality
Arti is also one of us
But I hardly remember her face
She is a simple sober girl no doubt
But with a weak attendance base
Ali is the boy
With horrifying eye
Yet he is a nice person
And a pretty decent guy
Ankita is one amongst us
Who seems to be very intellectual
She doesn’t speaks that much
And I like that thing in an individual
Richa has the interest to learn
Sugandha has a nice kiddish smile
Sachin having a good mature look
And Sartaj also has a nice profile
Then comes Anjali
Who is a bit talkative
She also has a nice sense of humor
With an intelligent perspective
My description will be incomplete
If Rashid Sir doesn’t come here
Words are not enough to describe him
As his qualities are exceptionally fair
So that was it
A brief description of our batch
A batch the type of its own
A batch with hardly any match

Submitted: Friday, May 15, 2009

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