Pratisha Karki

Rookie (Nepal)

Happy Birthday Brother


Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday Brother
May you reach the height of the Sky,
and shine like the Stars.
May you bring the smile in the sad faces.
and the hope in the heart of the very hopeless.

May you live hundred years,
making this world,
Proud and grateful,
with your great deeds.

May you smile always,
making this World even more beautiful.
May you make our Mother,
The most proud in the Universe,
with your success,
and honor.

May you be the best Doctor ever,
giving relief to the pain,
and the tortures of the one who is very sick.

May you save the life of millions,
and be blessed from the bottom of their heart.
May all your dreams come truly true.
May you always be happy,
and smile like an angel.

Throughout yout life.

Happy Birthday Brother!

Submitted: Friday, January 15, 2010

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  • Rookie Prakriti Bista (1/23/2010 8:43:00 AM)

    Very lovely poem, May God bless you and your brother for whom you have written this lovely poem (Report) Reply

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