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Memories of my schooldays
by vaishak seetharam dattani

Saturday, July 07, 2012
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My First Love

Her dimple cheeks and the staring eyes
Stole the simple mind and heart of an ice
Her attitude and the robust expressions
Roused me from solitude and depressions

The fortnight of winter we spent together
Had paved the way for me to get her
From dawn to dusk we missed each other
And by autumn we named our missing as love

Day by day the year came to an end
But second by second our love had deepened
Holding hands we walked in evening twilight
Hoping no strength can ever separate our might

But the force of separation broke the unbreakable bond
Signed by the two poles of the magnet
There shed a silent tear from the little hearts
Having the bitterness of an affection of a thousand years

Rays of light from east gave birth to a new day
The unexpected day which we’d to bid bye
Signing the autographs as remembrance for photographs
She whispered, depicting her friendship for me

As carved on rock, she carved in my heart
The three little words –Forget me not
The worthy idea which we promised to keep
If either would have a kid will be named after

Never then I had the chance of meeting the pupil of innocence
Nor had the courage of speaking to the young princess
The rest is left to fate or God’s grace
Longing to make my sweet heart, the queen of my heart
 

 

 
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