Seema Chowdhury

Rookie - 137 Points (14th September,1971 / Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Happy 8th Birthday Sarah jani


Live in the moment and dream for tomorrow
Give everyone the love that they need to borrow
And tell them how much for them you care
By sharing with them their smiles and tears
Yes Sarah dear my love, you're tehstar of the earth
Whose presence for all is a million dollar worth

Always try to help others when they're in need
Always stay ready to take the kindness lead
Because only few people know the value of life
And they do nice things for others to survive
Because sarah honey you're the star of the earth
Whose presence for all is a million dollar worth

I wish for you sweetheart my love
May on you God's shies and heaven above
Bliss be bestowed, whenever you dwell
Because for others you always wish well
Yes sarah dear you're star of the earth
Whose presence for all is a million dollar worth.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 29, 2008

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