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abhimanyu kumar.s

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A Farewell To Idiots


Come on, come on
Join the party
Mingle with our fools
A farewell to your bloody rules.

Colourful dressings and settings
Personal emotions and conflicts
Smiles and cries
We miss you, please forget us.

Calling for a presence of masters
Insulting them before some idiots
Bloody minds and capabilities
Fit for nothing, nothing in reality.

Sweet hearts miss you all
A farewell to you all
Out of all from idiots
We respect you with heart.

Deadly talks in walks
Greeting and wishes on surface
Curse and slaps in depth
We know you are ready to fight.

We miss you one and all
Name sake our love and all
Its a farewell to you fools
We mean farewell to idiots
Get lost and we begg
Never come back.

Submitted: Friday, June 10, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, November 16, 2011

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