Siddharth Tripathi


BLESSINGS


You are so wonder full
Making laugh out of nothing
You are so wonder full
Making others feel special

Considering about special people
I found few names on top
All those who love me
All those who really care

Few people enriched my life
Just by being with me
Few people made me strong
With their deeds & presence

Thinking about all
That I have ever seen
And also thinking all
That I have never seen
I found that
I was always winning
By getting fruits
Or by experiencing bitter
That made me, who am I

All I get from you is
Real meaning of “life”
Life is not to chase
For coins & treasure
Life is to have,
Thousands of “blessings”
Today, tomorrow & everyday.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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This poem as written on 10th april,2013 when i was considering about few people who made my, who am I. As the very next day I am completing 24 years of my life. Thank you for reading my poem.

-Siddharth(Badal ka tukada)

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