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Neha Dua

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Memories Live Forever


Dear ones come and just go by
Never will they come again howsoever we may try
When they leave they bring so many tears
Because we had a relationship strengthened ovr years
They make deep impressions on the heart
In a short while they are miles apart
The distance may be due to death or anger
But everything has ended only in a whimper
For sometime we go insane
Mind is full of sorrow and pain
All this doesnt bring end of life
We have to live and constantly strive
Why had they come if they had to go
Just to impart love for a day or so
People die and reltionships end
Life is not just borrow and lend
Deep within there remains a gap
Which gradually heals in time's lap
We pick up the shedded leaves and start again
Sorrow slows and there is joy again
As there are moments to cherish both sweet and sour
Of all those happy moments and hours
For memories never break those ties
Till a person dies..

Submitted: Saturday, March 31, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, February 09, 2011

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  • Rookie Er.(dr.) Pradeep Kumar Mohanty (3/31/2007 5:29:00 AM)

    Neha madam- Can I know your educational background. Are u from DU in English or Phylisophy subject? Am I wrong to any extent?
    Regards.
    pradeep5552002@yahoo.com (Report) Reply

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