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Pushkar Bisht

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Christmas's Gift


It seems that I am more blessed this Christmas,
A friend who is rich in thoughts & heart…
Has gladdened me in spirit and feelings….
I have no words to thank her….
Because she has filled me with good thoughts
She is neither Norwegian nor stranger
But a good friend of mine
Who makes me smile and brings rhythm back to my life….
Life is glowing again in quiet darkness,
And I don’t expect anything that should taint my heart & mind….
I need simple things…
Blessings, love, joy & truth to relish life......

Submitted: Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, December 04, 2013

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