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Walking on those mud paths

Where our childhood used to run

I plunge into rivers of memories

Memories of that wooden shop and its butter bun

And those silent roads on which

We, hand in hand, knitted dreams

Where we did thousands of mischiefs

Sometimes fought for kites; sometimes for ice-creams

That old wall is still here;

On which we drew our dream home

Painted it with our stories of imaginations

 & its corridors in which we used to roam

That small river stream is still afresh

Blue as sky, pure, calm and smooth

We often used to see our reflection in its water

That river witnessed our childhood meeting with youth

In these many years, the life albeit walked a lot

Yet our childhood is preserved in this very town

Where I first asked you if you would be with me always

Be it time of glories; be it time dull and brown

And your smile and a small tear in eyes

Said it all with no word to be told,

This old town and its old paths saw it all

The winds here still sings our stories; loud and bold
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Beautiful poem...especially the first lines.. :)
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Thanks  a Lot Rucha :)
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superb lines... nicely done...
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Hey Gurjyot :) thanks a lot :)
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Fabulous!! Loved it totally!
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Thanks a lot Tanisha :) :)
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beautifully penned....loved the way of using the words!
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:) :) thanks a ton for the compliment :) Priya

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