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Sumita Datta

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First Hi & The Last Bye

If you say toughest is to say first “Hi”
I will say it’s same when you say the last “Bye”

If you say the most memorable is the first grin
I will ask you, could you ever forget the last seem

If you say the best feeling is the touch which was first?
I will ask you could you forget the stroke that was last.

The way first “Hi” is always adorable
The same way the last “Bye” is always memorable…

You Love, you hate... You accept then you reject…
The first and last, are always toughest…

Submitted: Friday, November 14, 2008

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  • Rookie - 146 Points Palas Kumar Ray (11/16/2008 7:51:00 AM)

    I' ve got to think over it.Perhaps we enjoy by choice the privilege to remember either first or the last.The hi and bye that comes in between decides which one shall we remember.Nice assignment given.
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