bhupender swarnakar

(2-10-1995 / earth)

I am sure now I won’t fall


Stars are twinkling and blinking incredibly high
I think now I have absolutely touched the sky
They don’t seem far away as am rising tall
And I am awfully sure now, I won’t fall

From infant, child and adolescent now I am teenager
I have actually turned into a superior self manager
Responsibilities are mounting constantly in my shawl
But I am very much sure now, I won’t fall

Depending on luck is not what I have learned
Fame through hard work is what I have earned
I won’t end now even If I’ve to cross the strongest wall
Because I am extremely sure now I won’t fall

There are yet million challenges standing before me
But they will all freeze up when my guts they see
I’ve to now open each and every shop of my dream mall
And believe I am tremendously sure now I won’t fall

Submitted: Tuesday, January 04, 2011

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