A Huge Light.

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A huge light asked me the way,

I replied -” Dear light who are you?”

The light replied -“I am your friend from heaven.”

Hearing these words , in excitement I opened my eyes and found that my dream was over and Ma was asking me to get up.



David And The Bird-Part 1.

Once David was walking down the road, when he saw a small bird sitting on a branch. He whistled to it and the bird turned his heads towards him. As David reached near the tree, the bird kept a watch on him and the moment he dropped some corns for the bird to eat, the bird flew and sat on a higher branch.  David walked a few paces and turned but saw that the bird was not there on the tree anymore.

He thought that he might have flown away. He started walking again and saw that a boy was riding a bicycle and went ahead of him. On the back seat of the cycle, the bird was sitting and preening its feathers.

David felt happy on seeing him again and whistled again but this time the bird got off the cycle, came in front of David and whistled and flew away into the skies unknown.

Two days later David again met with that bird.



Cricket On A Road.

Have you ever played cricket on a road? The game simply becomes fantastic.

A game of cricket played on any road, is a game where the stumps are either shorter or longer or most probably imaginary.

The rules are self-made and the umpiring is highly biased.

The most fun comes when protests are lodged with the umpire, who often disregards the rules towards the team whom he is not favouring.

When a batsman hits a four or a six, he learns it the hard way, that when the ball goes into someone else’s house, it is hard to convince them to give it back.

Many run away after the ball accidentally hits someone’s window glass and breaks it.

Road cricket is full of fun and frolic but be very careful, don’t hit anyone’s glass panes.



Syncing With Me.

Sync with me,

Dance with me.

Be my rhythm,

Stay with me.

Be my song,

Be my guest,

Do not worry,

I will do the rest.

Be my friend,

Be my happiness,

As for life,

We will jest and rest and give our best.

We will win the world,

And come out of the nest,

For we are brothers,

Who can’t be separated for the very best.