veeraiyah subbulakshmi

It arrives again!

When the sun arises, after a few hours,
The year starts with the ringing of God's bells,
In the capitals of every glorious revelers,
Burn away the past obstacles in firecrackers,
The flowers of flicking stars rain on the on lookers,
Every year arrives with same pompous,
Wishes of expectation better than previous,
Resolution of decision taken to break later,
Joyous are our hearts to wish happiness for everyone,
Ecstatic are our mind in want of miracles to happen,
Rational are our thought to expect what can occur,
Another day starts at midnight to welcome a New Year,
Peace is upon each and every one of us to treasure,
Let us be safe with quiet nature and without any wars,
Let our sibling's rivals be friends with them ever,
Let our hearts be filled with joy and contentment to spill over.

Happy New Year to all of you, my dear friends!

Submitted: Sunday, December 30, 2012

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  • Rookie - 807 Points Thomas A Robinson (12/30/2012 8:35:00 PM)

    What you say
    the sun rises that day
    Much the same as any other day
    We stammer and state and hyperventilate
    but the sun will set in cloud or clearing rites
    and we will retire into the night
    say our prayers with all our might
    and take our dreams with the fright

    Happy New Year Veeraiyah Subbulakshmi (Report) Reply

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