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Monday, February 22, 2010

Those were the Days

Its my best buddies ,twins and preeschool class mates , Praksah and Shobhas birthday.This poem is dedicated to them for ever.Many happy returns and God bless you.

We played as kids, walked, talked, studied together,

Since our nappy days to preschool and more.

Playing, studying were fun and so were our time,

What we were boding those days were never known,

Yet we bonded and years went past in a flash.

Years went by like jiffy, with laughing and crying,

Infatuations and friendship grew like new sprouts,

Fights and patch-up came and went through days.

Pony tails grew into braided threads of hair

Boys grown tall and girls turned shy,

We reached end of term to the class photo.

The class photo was remembrance to many,

Yet we parted ways with a smile and last looks,

Letters and emails were oblivious to many

Still familiar faces remained in hearts forever.

Twenty years went past us, yet the visage remain,

Familiarity, name, instinct tingled and reached,

We met again after long years of gap and years,

Yet we sparkled like never before, a face, a memory,

But what we gained stood unfathomed and astonished

But we remained class chum and friends for ever.


Sapna Anu B.George said...

My class mates and preschool chums from Baker memorial school from Kottayam, many happy returns of the day today.

Vidhya said...

Too good

Binu said...

I too joining with you to say them Happy Birthday..Also your ideas are appreciable..congrates..so pretty.

Sapna Anu B.George said...

Thanks Vidaya.......Its always easy to write and the words too flow through easily when the people are special to us,thanks Binu


The memories of past is always the golden treasure of our life. When we see a friend of our childhood, we relive our childhood itself.

Sapna Anu B.George said...

wow, thank Naval