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Pratisha Karki

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Little Star

Brother you are truly the little star.
You dreamed to reach the top
And amazingly you did it.

Brother you are truly the little star.
You wished to be the saviour and you made it.
And made us the most proud people in the universe.

Brother you are truly the little star.
You desired to be the most shinning one in the sky,
And today I am glad to see you there.

Brother you are truly the little star.
Your passion and your success,
Is inspiration to all the youngsters,
Who dream to be the most dreamed one.

Brother you are truly the little star.
You crossed all the hurdles,
On your way to your mission.
And passed each and every examinations,
And finally reached your goal.
Proving that,
Nothing can stop a Born Star.

Brother you are truly the little star.
For all those,
Who never believed on you and your dream,
Finally you replied them with your action,
Without offending them by any means.

Brother you are truly the little star.
Also for that Mother,
Who had been waiting all these years,
Hoping that her smallest one will,
Surely quench her thrust one fine day.
You made it.

Submitted: Wednesday, February 04, 2009
Edited: Sunday, April 26, 2009
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