jayaraman balasubramaniam

Rookie (6TH MARCH 1952 / SALEM, INDIA)

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar


Successful talented player of cricket!
Achieved the best which no one can forget!
Calm gentleman born for his game!
Humble in nature which yearned this fame!
India should proud of her gifted Citizen!
New one to be born to broke this tradition!

Ramesh and Rajni Tendulkar’s loving son!
Anjali’s love and affection he had won!
Made for each other is again proved!
Excellent Arjun and Sara, God had approved!
School had gifted him with teachers and friends!
Hopeful of Fans all over the world never ends!

Test matches played two hundreds are a hectic record!
Elite personality of Maharashtra Bhushan award!
Nation had garlanded with Padmas and Khel Ratna!
Delightful fans and lovers awaiting for Bharat Ratna!
Unparallel BCCI Cricketer of the year, told!
Leading Wisden Cricketer in the World!
Kind enough to take all with balanced mind!
Academy for sports, our little master has to find!
Retirement leads to entire sports to be gained!

Submitted: Saturday, November 16, 2013

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Farewell to our Sachin!

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