Birthday... I Turn Sixty Six - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal
I shall silently enter sixty six
Life had tried enough for me to fix
Yes time flowed like river water
Something to seek and something to run after
What is there to celebrate?
What more is there to relate?
Except something stored in mind
Open its cap for people to find
Morning bell may ring
Birds may rise and sing
As usual with sweet voice
Not With so much fun and noise
Sun has not changed so far
Despite being miles away among stars
What could we do in our real life?
Except fearing about razor sharp knife
I know what I did in the past
There after life moved very fast
There was enough time to change and adjust
Develop love within and accord trust
I am normal man with no special liking
Some of the ideas enter and gently striking
I tune them finely and turn into verses
Some laugh with it and some really shed tears
I shall remain happy and ever smiling
Letters may pour in quantity and pilings
How shall I repay all those sentiments?
I may sincerely thank and enjoy the moment
I find myself as special animal
Might have synchronized with late arrival
Yet it was proved to be fruitful
To find among friends as very much successful
Birthdays may come and go
People must learn to live with and flow
This is opportunity given by powerful almighty
Let us resolve to make everybody happy
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