Khushdeep Kaur


Welcome to Delhi -City of Dreams


Capital of my country,
City of companies,
City of Crowd,
Welcome to Delhi-City of Dreams.

Clouded with busy streets,
Clouded with Girls Junk,
Clouded With Restaurants,
Welcome to Delhi-City of Dreams.

Running on metro, is our lifeline,
Whether its yellow, red, blue line,
Welcome to Delhi-City of Dreams.

City of excitement, thrill, fun,
All we friends here run,
Welcome to Delhi-City of Dreams.

Whether it is a New Delhi or Old Delhi,
Lal Quila to Qutab Minar, India Gate to Memorials,
Jama masid to Lotus Temple, DLF to Pacific Mall,
All crazes the people a lot,
Welcome to Delhi-City of Dreams.

Delhi is our soul,
Delhi is our life,
Welcome to Delhi-City of Dreams.

Submitted: Sunday, June 01, 2014

Topic of this poem: patriotic

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i wrote this poem while travelling in Delhi metro

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