paradise yuv


Childhood


When we are in our childhood we actually only live in it, we don't realise the joy it gave us.
By the time we step in our adultery, our childhood seems to fade.
Then when look back to those moments spent it really looks so beautiful, carefree, free of responsibilities of life.
And now we can only cherish those lost moments of childhood, we cannot live with it again.
It's a realisation that every phase of life plays an important role in every individual life...

Submitted: Wednesday, April 06, 2011
Edited: Monday, May 02, 2011

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  • Mohd Shujaath Ali (5/2/2011 7:16:00 AM)

    my dear friend plz write in a stanzas it gives beauty to a poem. keep it up soon u will select in a list of successful poets (Report) Reply

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