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Payal Malhotra


Ingredients of recipe called life


Life is a delicious dish
Which we all relish to our wish
We all enjoy it to the brim
By taking chances to lose or win

Sun of each day evenly rises
Energy and openess are the best prices
Which we should be ready to pay
 for contentment and happiness of each day 

Smile illuminate this earth
Can bring new things to birth
As fun all through the way makes life longer
Fading pain away leaving us stronger

Motivation is all we need
To combat the adversities that life percieves
Positivity can pave new roads
Like king of jungle then we can roar


These are few important ingredients
That make life complete
Mix all these well
To come out of your shell

Submitted: Saturday, February 22, 2014
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