Pragya Bajpai

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Teacher


Techers are like lamps
And students are like wicks
Who become intelligent, decent
and refined very quick
When teacher's knowledge
does the work of oiling
by their day and night toiling
And like a lamp student start shining.

Teachers daily teach a new lesson
An expects from us not to do any wrong
deed which leads to prison
Your heart is as vast as ocean
Your taught students shine like sun.

You sometimes turn an ordinary marble
into a precious gem
By giving immense knowledge and inspiring them
Teachers scold for our reformation
We never feel bad for your such reaction
We are always eager for your
knowledge and advice
Which is something precious to entice.

To get noble teachers is a matter of luck
As they are always ready to help
wherever we are stuck
Teacher on earth are next to GOD
This is something never to be forgot
We must never forget their obligations
And always be ready to give them respect
and good result according to their expectations.

Submitted: Thursday, September 19, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 19, 2013

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