When I was Very Young:
The Seductive Sky opened its door,
And the eternal drops kissed the Earth,
My Heart to heaven did soar,
I cherished the Falling Rain's Birth.
My Parents took me to the Railway Station,
And had me boarded into the trembling Train,
My Heart swayed with its soothing motion,
Those Memories with me still remain.
I saw a man with a face so sad,
Crying for alms from a pitiable place,
I gave to him, whatever I had,
I still cannot forget the Smile on his Face.
I nudged the ball onto the Leg Side,
My Swift legs gifted me a Run,
My Mates carried me for a Victory ride,
I still remember the Pride of my First Win.
New books, New Dress, New Shoes, New Prayer
Rewinding to the good old days of No Rule,
Memories as fresh as the scent of a new Paper,
My heart returns to the reopening day of my School.
I have grown old, and now a part of Pressure
In a time, Age and Pace that no more I relish,
But these are tiny little things I still treasure,
Then, now and Forever, I will cherish.