Seema Chowdhury

(14th September,1971 / Dhaka, Bangladesh)

On Your Special Day


Wake up early morning for your special day
To see things wishing you well in their ways
And telling it's your day so don't be sad
And do all things that'll make you glad

And bright sun rising and wishing you well
By giving you happiness that no one can sell
And telling its your day so don't be sad
And do all things that'll make you glad

And small feathered creatures singing youi a song
That today is your birthday so nothing can go wrong
And telling it's your day so don't be sad
And do all things that'll make you glad

And blooming flowers spreading its fragrance for you
To wish you happiness that surely is true
And telling its your day so don't be sad
And do all things that'll make you glad.

Submitted: Monday, October 20, 2008

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