Deep Thought

"A man would do nothing, if he waited until he could do it so well that no one would find fault with what he has done"
- Cardinal Newman

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Back then #OctPoWriMo 2013 day 24

A girl, tiny girl
climbing trees
playing with rocks

A girl, tiny girl
playing with dolls
building tiny house

A girl, tiny girl
stealing biscuits
running in corridors

A girl, tiny girl
confused with washrooms
using men's for few years

A girl, tiny girl
cycling, hiding
swimming through rains
A girl, tiny girl
dancing, singing
gushing, laughing

A girl, tiny girl
loving her younger brother
not so fond of her elder sister

A girl, tiny girl
who's the princess
of her own world

My mother says there are a few people who, from their childhood directly go to old age. After all old-age is second innings of childhood. In the sense, they never become adults. 
I am one of those. Luckily. 

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    1. thank you for commenting and for visiting :)

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  2. Delightful piece. Thoroughly enjoyed it.

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  3. Mother's are generally right ;) And this is a beautiful piece

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  4. I love both of my sisters, but my middle sister and I are much more alike than my elder sister and I. My middle sister saved my life.
    I enjoyed your poem very much. :0)

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    1. sisters are amazing, arent they? you three are lucky to have each other :) thank you for commenting.

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  5. Sweet! Reading this brings a smile. Aap kamaal ka likhte hai.

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    1. arre! ye toh meri hi khushnaseebi hui na. dhanyavad :D

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  6. If this is the case..i am one too :)

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    1. same pinch then! :D thank you for commenting

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  7. That girl is a princess for all of us too :D And you will always be the cutest child :D

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    1. *blushing big time* thank you so so much!

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