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aniket sinha


i had a friend


I had a friend
To whom friendship I lend
She was silly, I was funny
We were on the same journey

Day after day
We laughed and play
Day after day
We planned our way

That day was her b'day
I woke early to pray
I bought a doll on ebay
I had happy b'day to say

I waited for her in park
From noon till dark
Then I went to her house
I was shocked with a pause

The door was locked
And windows were blocked
Neighbors said
She's on the hospital bed

I ran to hospital
With doll and few petal
I knew the situation when
Morgue form was signed with pen


I wanted to cry
But my eyes were dry
I smiled
To god I replied

Thankyou for a friend
For moments we spend
The friendship made me glad
I promise I will never be sad

Submitted: Monday, August 18, 2014

Topic(s): love educates


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