Vivek Tiwari

Rookie - 81 Points (23 July 1985 / Gaura (R.S.) Pratapgarh)

To My Students


As the golden beams burst at break of day
I feel gaily showers of your intellects' spray,
Not mere drops incense still
Like sweetening breeze of Spring's thrill.
Now I see you acquire the fire that blazes to glow
Your child-like thoughts consuming the bright maturity flow.
The innocent twinkle of starlit shy
Getting bright sparkle of golden sky.
Your faith profound of truth and religion
Floats so sportive in the glittening region.
I see the Glory waiting for thee
With ribbons and wreaths at the gate of futurity.
What joyance do I feel within my bossom!
My heart btithers, my soul bloosoms!

Vivek Tiwari

Submitted: Tuesday, November 20, 2012
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This poem is dedicated to my sweet-sweet students.

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