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tayyeba mustafa


New Year


The cloth of the year is big milestone
Its wonders are now memories
The light of year is tumbled down
A bright sun rose up and settled down
The one's year journey passed out
With cheerleading memories and lots more
Blessed me A beautiful friend forever
Perhaps best year of my life
Boasted up my self esteem
Gave me new colors of experience
Cuddled me up with all the best
Beckon me near wonderful emprises
With every passing day and night
Showered its blessings upon me
With loud music, hangouts and parties
The year end up collecting tranquilities
With sparkling hope and resolutions
Along proactive aims and better hope
We are glade to move on
But cherish elated memories will last long
At this hoopla applause of new time
I whisper not but say it loud
Happy new year, time to celebrate

Submitted: Friday, January 18, 2013
Edited: Friday, January 18, 2013

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By the start of early beautiful moments of this new year 2013, i picked up my pen to thank GOD for all the blessings HE gave me in previous year 2012...i ended up and could not stop my self from naming it best year of my life, which showered its countless blessings upon me, and gave me new oppertunities... :)

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