ajay srivastava

(28/08/1964 / new delhi)

Blank Paper


Write few word on me by your heart
And see yourself rhythm in your body.
Fill different color with designs believe
Me you will feel the difference beyond
Imagination and you will definitely thrilled.
Even sometime when some one lose control
Over me see how I am floating in the air
And your race to caught hold of me is a
Symbol of energy which enjoyed by both of us.
Every one share with there sorrow and happy
Moment with me because I am only one you can trust.
I am very special for children as they play with me
There innocent mind made me airplane and boat
To see how I am float in the air as well as water.
I am symbol of innocent and honesty when i am blank.
If any one try to write on me and you will find
Numerous word and thought on me no one can stop you
on writing on me……I am piece of blank paper.
My magic work every where in the world.

Submitted: Saturday, January 19, 2013
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