Dr John Celes

(14-2-1957 / Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India)

Happy Birthday


A birthday comes just once a year;
Love the day when you were born!
That day, you feel so very dear:
Love the dawn of this special morn!

May be, you feel a bit older,
But your heart is young as ever;
May be, you turn somewhat bolder;
Your mind feels happy as never!

A birthday makes you grow in age;
It brings for you a great message:
‘Enjoy the life that God gives you;
Forget the past that’s weary too! ’

From this day, you must not ev’r cry;
From this day, to laugh more, you try;
This day, you ought to always smile;
This day brings fond memories awhile!

dear Mrs. Latha Vivek
From, Dean, V.P. AND ALL STAFF, PMC

Copyright by Dr John Celes 19-10-2010

Submitted: Tuesday, October 19, 2010
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