Kavitha Krishnamurthy

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Walking through the garden of life


Walking through the garden of life
We do experience many ups and downs

Sometimes we see beautiful flowers
Sometimes we are in midst of the prickling thorns
Sometimes we are surrounded by the colorful butterflies
Sometimes we are stung by the angry bee

Walking through the garden of life
We do experience many ups and downs

Sometimes we have to walk over the smooth grass
Sometimes we find a slippery path
Sometimes we have to swim across a long river
Sometimes we find a constructed bridge

Walking through the garden of life
We do experience many ups and downs

We don't know what we might find next
But this suspense makes the journey interesting
And at last when we reach the destination
The entire journey becomes memorable

Yes, walking through the garden of life
We do experience many ups and downs

Kavitha

Submitted: Thursday, November 16, 2006
Edited: Saturday, November 20, 2010
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