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Bhupen Randeria

(Playa Del Rey, California, USA)

I Know Something Good About You!


I know something good about you,
And you know, something good about me,
Wouldn't this world be a happier place?
To live in, if people would say,
I know something good about you!
When we look in each other's eyes
And the smile you see is genuine and true
When we say what we mean and
mean what we say,
I know something good about you.
When we shake hands and find them
To be warm and true,
Because there is a lot of goodness
in the worst of me and you.
I know something good about you!

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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  • Thakker Bhupen (2/24/2005 6:19:00 PM)

    We share a name and a passion for poetry! I also stumbled on the Global ethics and Feligious Forum you hosted- most impressive - I am involved in the arts here in Sydney and who knows we may be able to do something like that here and may need your help

    Let words shower, and poets reign (Report) Reply

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