Navya Lemburu


After My Tenth! !


After tenth, why to worry dear?
There is nothing fear! !
The path you chose is important so much
As you should enlighten in that as such!
It is the important step you should take
Which does not get any break! !
You should mould your life
Like a sharpened knife! !
Find the switch for your life to on the light
Which should touch the sky like a kite! !
Enter the new stage with flying colours
which will let you to earn thousands of dollars! !
Have a HOPE! !
and Work with SCOPE! !
You can reach your GOAL
Which will be as strong as POLE! !

Submitted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
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Hi! This is Navya! ! I would like to dedicate this poem to the tenth class students who just completed their tenth and waiting to enter the new stage which is so crucial! ! ! ! !

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