Few words I would love to put especially for you.....
Dear Geeta teacher!
You always come with freshness of smiles,
Like the beautiful sunrise,
With the fragrance of our,
Beautiful school day memories,
Filled with news of old and new,
Joy and sorrow too.
Link us together in a net everyday.
Believe me though we are far away from our school
You refresh us with the events on school.
This gives us a feeling of our presence in the school.
This make us too near to school though we are too far from you.
You make our school days live with the lovely events you upload.
Thank you dear teacher for the smiles you bring us!
Please keep on updating as we are always waiting for your smiles.
Thank you dear teacher..
Wishing you a Happy New Year 2014.
God Bless you!
©ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY GEETHA JAYAKUMAR 2013
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