Bijay Kant Dubey


My Brother, You Forget Not Your Sister On The Eve Of The Raksha Bandhan


My dear brother, you forget not this sister,
Sad for you today, on the eve of Raksha Bandhan
Even if you far away from her,
Wherever you are, she wishing you for to be happy
And this the internal wish of the sister.

With tears into the eyes, she remembers her brother,
Going to the market to pick up and purchase
A colourful rakhi for her brother
To tie on her hand.

Brother, forget not your lovely and dear sister
Who always keeps thinking about
Her brother's well-being and welfare
And this the inner yearnign of every sister.

The colourful wrist band she bringing to tie on the hand
Of the brother,
Only she, none but she knows it,
Can take to it so piously.

The price of love, internal bonding, one cannot give,
You forget not your ssiter
Whatever be the situations binding upon
And compelling you.

The love of a sister, try to feel it
And you will feel it when she will not be nearer to you,
The heart of a sisiter so loving
For her brother.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 23, 2013

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