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A heartfelt farewell to a friend and colleague, with a wish expressed to meet again in the future. A touching poem.
It seems just yesterday when I met you, clad in a white top,
nose deep in your desktop,
Today is your farewell,
You being the workaholic still didn’t stop.
From morning to evening,
From hello to bye,
For every other teasing
all I got in return was just a sigh.
You are like the book full of stories,
You are calm like a sea,
For every lock, you have the key.
I am not gonna chat with you,
I am afraid you will post that too.
Hey girl just take it easy,
Keep your phone a little un-busy.
It’s just the start,
You are gonna make it far.
Don’t settle for anything less,
When you deserve the best.
I can nowhere come close to your art,
But these lines are just from my heart.
Your Benaras may be the best,
‘Aamchi Mumbai’ is not any less.
We will wait for you,
With open arms and heart for you.
I am a daughter, sister and a Chartered Accountant. I like to write in my free time. Uplifting each other is the mantra I follow. read more...
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* All names mentioned in the article have been changed to respect client confidentiality.
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