Akash Bindal

(1-9-1993 / Hisar, Haryana)

Miss My Childhood Days!


When I see that smile on any child's face,
I remember those beautiful days.
Spent without any worries,
Without any fear of losing myself.

When I see that smile converted into tears on any child's face,
I recollect these painful days.
Expected to learn,
Expected to not commit any mistakes.

When I see that excitement on any child's face,
I cherish those memorable childhood days,
Suddenly realize where I have lost that innocent in this competition,
Love that innocent.

Miss those days! !

Submitted: Thursday, March 07, 2013
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

innocent= myself as child.

The way now I feel about childhood.
I wrote it while observing a kid in my house. Wrote it in December 2011.

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