Bikramjyoti Kashyop

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Our Frienship


Like a rose blooming
With so much beauty,
Like a dew
Glittering in the sun,
Our friendship
Shall stay beautiful and eternal always
Making everyone passing by
Jealous of us.

Like the sun
That has never given up our hopes,
Like the river
That has never stopped flowing,
Our friendship shall stay promising and never die out..........

Like the mighty ocean
That cannot be measured,
Like the vast universe
That has not got an end,
Our friendship
Shall spread awide
With no end whatsoever.

My dear friend I thank you
For all that you've done for me.
Our friendship shall stay immortal
With a cheerful side always
Our friendship shall stay forever
Even if the sky comes down
Our friendship is something
That can never be more pure
Something that aims at happiness
So my dear friend
As we say
Our friendship is a ship that shall
Never sink.........................................

Submitted: Sunday, September 11, 2011

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