Payal Malhotra


A new day


A new day is here
With new charm and cheer
Everything looks so new and bright
Again I have power to make decisions right

I feel today I can undo the past
And make a difference which will be vast
Today I will try to give my best
And God will surely take care of rest

It has come to me as a new blank page
Where I can create and envisage
Lot and lot I can accomplish this day
It can take me to places far away

Each beginning leads to an end
And every end leads to a new beginning
So the end of day will have no fear
Hope can only dispel all tears

Next day I would shout loud and clear
Again a new day is here
With new charm and cheer
So start afresh with a gear

Submitted: Saturday, February 22, 2014

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