Fazli Sameer

Rookie - 0 Points (February 16,1948 / Colombo, Ceylon (Sri Lanka))

Bamba - Poem by Fazli Sameer

Once, there was a town,
Where we used to roam;
Through the straight and narrows,
Romping all the way home;
Skimming the beach sands,
Across Railway Lines;
Putting bat to ball,
On every street defined;
Ringing on every doorbell,
Scamping down the Streets;
Frolicking in the Sunshine,
Dripping in rainy beats;
The patter of small feet,
Those days were filled with smiles;
A child’s delightful retreat,
We’ve walked a million miles.

(Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Feb 25,2009)

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 16, 2010



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