sudhanshu shekhar


The Story Of Fairy


When god will bless me,
When I will take birth,
When first time I will say father,
When I will play in the hand of mother,
The fairy will die,

When I will go to school,
When teacher will ask question,
When I will eat in the lunch time,
When I will play football,
The fairy will die,

When I will say namastey to elder,
When I will find beautiful girl,
When Greek philosopher will ask me,
When I will listen music,
When someone play with my sentiment,
The fairy will die,

When I will do wrong,
When I will listen my heart,
When I will laugh,
When I will cry,
The fairy will die,

When my fate crush me,
When I will lose luck,
When I will say sorry,
When I will say thanks,
The fairy will die,

When someone break my heart,
When I feel lonely,
When no one like me,
When I ignore everything,
The fairy will die,

When I will pluck flower,
When nights become dark,
When I hurdle air,
When I will meet fairy,
The fairy will die,
Kash! My fairy would have magical power.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 28, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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