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Poetry Really! Don’t know what happened to me.

Discussion in 'Punjab, Punjabi, Punjabiyat' started by Chinu, Nov 11, 2011.

  1. Chinu

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    Days are long nights are long,
    Confused to live and to pass this life long,
    Really! Don’t know what happened to me.
    Some says this, some says that,
    Indications are serious, doubtfully noticing that,
    Really! Don’t know what happened to me.
    Some advices are medicines strong,
    Some says all is drama, there’s nothing wrong,
    Uncle’s doubt an evil shade, so be ready for the ding dong,
    Really! Don’t know what happened to me.
    Worried to join the art of living, or is there any other course,
    I think they teach, arts for living, as they want to live of course,
    How can they know what is happening with me or who is behind this force,
    Really! Don’t know what happened to me.
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