shanky jainy


childhood


I remember my childhood
It was like very good

I remember the cakes I ate
Usually they were in a number of eight
They were so tasty
That’s why I always bought then in hefty

I remember those days with friends who were very freak
Passing time with them I always seek
Kartikeya, Lakshay, Anshika, Sunny
All were very funny

I remember the pile of holidays homework
that was not like my favourite work
but I had to do it
otherwise the teacher would call me stupid

I remember my childhood
It was like very good

Submitted: Tuesday, October 12, 2010

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