Treasure Island

M.p kumawat

(20 june 1992 / pushkar)

Thread Of Faith


''black, red and blue with full of faith
yes! it's thread of sister's love..!
well dressed with a plate in hands
full of sweet, rice and bands
like an angel on earth
yes! it's my beautiful sister..!
at the time of vandilation and adoration
eyes are shinning with love & passion
tie the band on brother's wrist
ask with broad smile where is my gift
brother shows thumb to sister
sister gives him threat listen you mister
after teasing bruv gives the gift
then sister dance like bird with all the zest
brother thank god for lovely sis
and kiss the book not to let anything miss
Black, red and blue with full of faith
Yes! It's thread of sister's love..!

Submitted: Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 20, 2013

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This poem is about an indian festival named raksha bandhan. The poet trying to express the love and joy of this festival between a brother and sister.

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