Treasure Island

Tejaswini Iyer


Deduacted to Pavan- My bro


Every morning as I wake up I think of you,
as the hero that came into my life.
More and more you appeared to me when I was in strife.
Afraid I could not live without you in my life.
I only prayed every day and every night.
to have a brother like you by my side.
When I was hurt so many times.
you never let me down.
therefore I am proud.
to call you a true brother.
Even though I know you're not a child of my mother.
To me you'll always be.
Remembered you see.
As Pavan the person who changed my life.
forever the memory will seem right.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 12, 2010

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  • Kee Thampi (5/18/2010 5:00:00 AM)

    Afraid I could not live without you in my life.
    I only prayed every day and every night.
    to have a brother like you by my side.
    When I was hurt so many times.
    you never let me down.
    therefore I am proud.
    to call you a true brother. (Report) Reply

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