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Alok Mishra

(15-02-1991 / Born in Parwalpur, Nalnada, Bihar, India)

Raksha Bandhan- A Promise


To tell the world, of love
Care, mutual understanding, and bond
Which is still on the above,
God created that relation, profound!
Well known as, 'Brother-Sister'
And this circle of love is round,
With none end attached to it.

To sing this glory of love,
I call my Didis, join.
Lets celebrate the day Divine.
And I make my promise to all,
I'll give respect, love, care, life whole.
My prayers for you all, to God I do.
The wishes of you all, be true.

At last of this song, I say
The day I die, my body decay,
And I rest in my grave...
Then my Didi [all], be brave!
Never dropp a single pearl for me,
I see your tears! It'll never be.

Submitted: Friday, August 12, 2011
Edited: Saturday, August 13, 2011
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