pritika rajbanshi


Education


Education is the light of our life
It is the key to a bright future
Of not only ours but also of the nation's
It gives our thinking a different appearance
And helps drive away all our ignorance
It leads us to the path of the success
Knowing the significance of it
without education, we realize we are somewhere incomplete.

Submitted: Saturday, June 19, 2010

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  • Rookie Philosophy of a DewyFlower (6/19/2010 9:11:00 PM)

    KNOWLEDGE

    Cure my endless `` WHY? ``
    The Awareness you Signify
    To my QuestionS Reply

    My Mind, try to Rectify
    My Wisdom Vivify
    My Reason Fortify
    My Curiosity Satisfy

    My doubts Verify
    My dirty Thoughts Purify
    My arrogance Edify
    My disorder Codify

    The TRUTH Clarify
    The RIGHT Justify
    The difficulty Simplify
    The disbelief Crucify
    The toxic ideas Detoxify
    The lies Modify

    Water my KNOWLEDGE FIELDS – they are dry
    Don`t think twice your theories Apply,
    When I am delayed just Notify
    and My KNOWLEDGE Diploma CERTIFY


    Dedicated to the KNOWLEDGE LOVERS (Report) Reply

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