Subbaraman N V

(31st July 1941 / Karaikkudi - Tamilnadu- India)

*BYE TO 2010 and HAI TO 2011!


Last
Pleasant morning walk
Poignant prayers
Holy visit for worship
Reading newspapers
-Depressing and inspiring
Year end work and delicious dinner

OF THE YEAR 2K + 10 HAPPILY OVER!

Notwithstanding

Depressing terrorist attacks
Fundamentalists' perversions
Ugly accidents and woeful deaths
Penetrating price rise and intriguing inflation
Global warming and failing climate
Nauseating corruption and sickening scams

THE YEAR 2K + 10 GRUDGINGLY GONE!

Inspiring
Economic recovery
Political survival
Cultural renaissance
Scientific advancements
Achievements in games and sports
Successful literary jaunts

THE YEAR 2K + 10 HAPPILY OVER!

Retiring to bed with peace and hope
Hope for the year 2K + 11 to blossom well!

Bringing
Greater cheers and joy
Better health and happiness
Lasting peace and harmony
Improved universal brotherhood
All over the world, all through the year!

Depressing failures and inspiring successes
Part of life and the year 2K + 10!
Just to repeat in 2K + 11 too!

BYE to 2010 and HAI to 2011! ! !

Submitted: Friday, December 31, 2010

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