Treasure Island

kartik kocher

(hansi)

Na kaho k sb dost ab purane ho gye..


Na kaho k sb dost ab purane ho gye..
Mana k dekhe sbko jamane ho gye...
Fir b sb ek dusre k dilo me baste h..
Aur sath nibhane k liye Whtsapp jaise bahane ho gye...

Yad h vo din jb sath padha krte the..
Mehta sir ki cls me thoda krte the..
GpA vale din kyu ab begane ho gye
Na kaho k sb dost ab purane ho gye..

Mana k tnsn nhi exm ki na ghar valo ka dar..
Par ab b dil kahta h sale kuchh to kr..
ab evng shift me dobara lagaye lecture ku anjane ho gye h
Na kaho k sb dost ab purane ho gye..

Ab sb aa jao NCR me sath Rahenge...
Ambala vale din fir dobara jiyenge...
Mt sochna k hm dur dur h to begane ho gye h..
Na kaho k sb dost ab purane ho gye..
Na kaho k sb dost ab purane ho gye..

Submitted: Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, January 29, 2014

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