Nirvaan Babbar

(04/03/1975 / Delhi)

WHERE & WHEN


WHERE & WHEN, THIS LONG WALK WILL END,
I HOPE SOON, MAY BE SOONER,

WHAT TO WRIGHT, ON THE WALL OF THE FAMOUS ME,
THERE IS NO ONE, TO READ IT THOUGH,

WIND OF LIFE JUST BLOWS, IN ITS OWN WAY,
NO WAY THOUGH IN THE LIFE WE FIND IN OUR OWN WAY,

LETS START FEELING, OUR WAY A BIT,
WHY TO WASTE TIME, WHY TO JUST SIT,

MEASURE LONG WAY OF LIFE, WITH FOOTS OF LIFE,
MAKE US STAR & FLY US HIGH,

NEVER CRY, AS THERE IS NO PLACE TO CRY,
IT IS A LONG WAY GUYS, JUST WALK & WALK, JUST NEVER CRY,

NIRVAAN BABBAR

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Submitted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

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