Dr. Yogesh Sharma

Rookie - 123 Points (1-7-1959 / india)

SISTERS


Couriers of sweet dreams, sans any grade,
In everybody’s heart and head.
Flow sweet dreams from happy streams,
With waves of happy and sweet beams.

Sweet lulls with tender crown,
Weave a cozy and soft gown.
Sweet like an angel kind,
Pray for brother’s happy world.

Sweet smiles, day and night,
Manifolds brother’s delight.
Rapidly, merrily, smiles,
Life's sunny hours fit by, night beguiles.

Gratefully, cheerily, no sighs,
Enjoy them as they fly in the eye!
In time tough do good like happy child,
Win fiery antidote and happy creations smiled.

There is no loyal like a sister for happy sleep,
Unmindful of calm and rough weather deep,
To cheer brother on the tedious face,
To delight brother as a holy image I can trace.

Correct dear brother if goes wrong thee,
Lifts him if he breaks down or weep she;
One and one smile on thee and all,
Life with thee becomes agony free as infant small.

Submitted: Friday, June 03, 2011

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