Treasure Island

Ashmita Saha


Childhood


The bestest time of your life
When you feel very, very good
What is that time called?
Oh Yes! Its childhood!

It’s the only time you remember
When you were in your best mood
What is that time called?
Oh Yes! Its childhood!

It’s the time you don’t need to study
And have lots of time to play in house and woods
What is that time called?
Oh Yes! Its childhood!

It’s the only time when
Your mother herself feeds you food
What is that time called?
Oh Yes! Its childhood!

It’s the only time in life
For which the most willing must be you
Which can never return again once gone
It is called childhood! !

Submitted: Friday, April 16, 2010

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  • mohsin amin khan (4/23/2010 7:31:00 AM)

    i remember the gazal of jagjit sing woh barsh ka pani
    ballay cheen loo muj say yeh jawani
    you written it nicely the emotions described suit to this spring breeze
    keep it up (Report) Reply

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