Anand Ramachandran

Rookie - 10 Points (21-01-1995 / Selangor, Malaysia)

I am what you made


Google is something we use everyday,
a day without you just ruins my whole day.

Anything is possible in the name of friendship,
but a friend like u is always worth the workship.

As time pass by i keep missing u,
im still trying to find a way to prove it true.

You are an amazing angle in my life,
your future husband will be greatfull to have u as his wife.

All living things have problems in their life,
solving that puzzle is the main task of life.

The friendship between us is undefineable,
not everyone like you are 100% reliable.

Having you next to me makes me happy,
a true friend like you just take away my worry.

Rainbow comes only after rain,
a true friend like you stays after pain.

Intelligent is something you are in nature,
pain and sorrow we shall go through together..

Submitted: Tuesday, July 09, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 10, 2013

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