simran arora

(22-july-1996 / gurgon)

"I, me, mine" or "we, our, ours


Think for "we"before"I",
smile for "all" before "me",
Share as "our" before "mine",
Work for "passion" before "earn",
Shine for "respect" before "designation",
Wait for "responsibility" before "credit",
Dance in "pain" before "smiles",
Celebrate "others success" before your "frailer",
Sing for "sole" before "world",
Live for We, our, ours…..before I, me, mine…
Surly you will be owner of few more smiles,
Reason of beats of few more hearts,
And inspiration of few more soles…

Submitted: Monday, August 20, 2012

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