Childhood

A glimpse

into the gone

in the tales of yonder

beyond the visage

of newness

there lies

wonder

curiosity

freedom

and impish glee

such innocent bliss

such poignant memories

no place thus to be found

no where thus seen

β™₯

Here’s to the child in each one of us!

πŸ‘¨Β Happy Children’s day πŸ‘©

~~~~~

Asha Seth

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  1. while reminiscing
    the gone days,
    the uninhibited
    minds and
    souls divine;
    while cursing
    the mature
    grown, walls
    on self, self
    confined.
    i let, from past,
    the child, within,
    set free……..
    giggles and
    smiles!

    lovely poem……..who wouldn’t want to go back…….but the question is……who would want to leave? πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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      1. Packing is always a slow business but I hope to get a few boxes of books in before the big move and then that will hopefully be quick and painless! Aiming for a week tomorrow but we shall see!

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    1. I can imagine. It has impacted some tiers of the society truly awfully. I couldn’t withdraw money from the cash points for five consecutive days. But it’s all for the greater good and that somewhat pacifies the growing panic.

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      1. Mine too …I still remember the red rose we used to wear under the buttons cavity …our teachers used to sing the song bacche mann ke sacche and we used to sing every line after them …we were given chocolates too.
        Everyone used to write some thing about Chacha Nehru. ..Sweet memories

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