Treasure Island

Sunny Mittal


Oh bright star, oh bright star


To Rajat Gupta.....
Oh bright star, oh bright star,
somewhere else you should have landed,
somewhere else you should have ended,
but now where you are,
Oh bright star, oh bright star.

you reached the heights of success and fame,
where a handful have etched their name,
but today how lost you are,
Oh bright star, oh bright star.

friends and foes equally revered you,
a many looked as a role model unto you,
still many can't believe that mistaken you are,
Oh bright star, oh bright star.

May god give courage to you,
to forgive yourself and to renew,
and come back again as a shinning star,
Oh bright star, oh bright star.

Submitted: Sunday, January 06, 2013

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