Treasure Island

Varna Salunke

(14 August 1997 / Pune)

Koi aisa bhi Doat mila tha


Samay to chalta gaya ghadi me,
Piche tha yaar chut gaya
Yahi Koi dost bhi aisa aya,
Jo Mujhse mere gam lut gaya.

Khushiyo k kirano me lipta tha,
Khud me hi vo simta tha
Uski adao ko dekhti rah gai
Jab mujhse uska sath chut gaya.

Usne kit hi Bate hazaro mujhse
Ek anokha rishta tha usse,
Par jab mu mod gaya vo,
Ye dil ekdamse tut gaya.

Yaha koi dostbhi aisa aya,
Jo Mujhse mera gam lut gaya

Submitted: Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Edited: Saturday, June 28, 2014

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To NR...A Lost Friend.....

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