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Arfa Iris

(13/08 / hyderabad, A.P, India.)

The Blessing Day


i was eagerly waiting for this day,
when with pride, i could say.
i have no drug to depend upon.
now all my pains are bygone.

i fought the disease in me,
and many helped in setting me free.
thanks to Almighty, i made through it.
now here i am, sound and fit.

though it wasn't a cake walk.
i toiled in pain round the clock.
it made me cry fretfully,
but i never gave up easily.

now here is the blessing the day,
now with pride i say.
i have no drug to depend upon.
now all sufferings are bygone.

Submitted: Monday, October 17, 2011
Edited: Monday, October 17, 2011

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  • Harindhar Reddy (10/17/2011 2:09:00 AM)

    'thanks to Almighty, i made through it.
    now here i am, sound and fit.

    though it wasn't a cake walk.
    i toiled in pain round the clock.' Yet again again You wrought a wonder with these sumptuous poetic verses like these.

    I liked the way you thank those people who helped you to recuperate you health in different fashion which is only know to you.

    I am completely invovled, engrossed, enjoyed reading this poem. Thanks to the poetess for sharing original poems like these. (Report) Reply

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