Raksha Bandhan They Describe It As
Raksha Bandhan, they describe it as
A festival it is which brings brother and sister together
Even though nobody ties me Rakhi, still I do know value of it
As it is a bond where a promise is made by a loving brother to her loving sister.
Always I have wanted a sister, who will also be my true friend
Since, only a sister can truly understand her brother
Always have wished for a caring person to be my sister.
With my presence I would try to make her feel better
By being a good listener, friend and a brother.
On this festive occasion I pray to god to bless me with a Loving Sister
Who would truly consider me to be her brother
I promise to never break this bond ever, only if I had a sister
Who would actually consider me to be her brother
It is my wish, just a simple wish.
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