Sumeet Mukherjee


Befriending Strangers


It’s really hard to believe
But it all happened to me
Befriending strangers within 12 hours
How could it really be?

That day we met for the first time
And became friends within no time
Friends as good, as I ever had
The love so deep that I never had
So many firsts on that single day
Hard to believe and hard to say
But they all made a fruitful sense
Arising out of that coincidence

Befriending strangers was so easy
Ws beyond my imaginations
Their heartily affection was so deep
That it was out of my expectations

Stay away from these metro damsels
People usually say
They’ll squeeze you out completely
And make you lose your way
But with these young girls
It’s been a harsh treatment
They all are very matured, no doubt!
But they also have deep sentiments

Befriending strangers was never easy for me
But these girls have taught me sure
They can be tricky for a few or many
But for me they are true and pure

Submitted: Friday, May 15, 2009
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