Treasure Island

yashika frin

(20 march 1998 / chennai)

My Brother


You are very good
Like the fragnance of sandal wood
You have changed the school
By breaking the rule
You became my brother
We studied together
We passed our DAYS
Daily with a pack a lays
We were in the same class
Under closed glass
I like you so much
Now we became out of touch
We enjoyed our life
Without any strife
I am always getting your memories
And I am always in queries
I am missing you
Because people like you are very few
All the best for your future
And so something good for nature
Now there is no one having your character
No one will posses your tendency
You are different
So I am referent
I like the way you care for others
Like brothers
You are someone new
To make a view
I hope I will meet you soon
As you come once in the blue moon

Submitted: Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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