I remember when we were younger;
Innocent, random and just ordinary playmates,
I remember how I once tried to bully you,
Till tomorrow, I don’t how she got to know,
She didn’t hesitate to scare the hell out of me,
Hmmm! Mummies, like a lioness she watched o’er her own,
God bless her and all her kind.
A boy and a girl, growing side by side,
Cruising happily through life and her tides,
From afar, what I always saw was a sister,
The kind my mom ne’er gave to me,
When she is happy; she has cute eyes, lovely smile and a graceful face,
When sad or indifferent; her eyes are always red, and she loves to keep quiet.
This baby girl is now an adult,
With all the features of a potential mother,
If I say she is flawless,
I hope my pen won’t be committing a blunder,
If any reader cares to know,
She is now first of many numbers.
On this special day,
I pray your face be filled with perfect smiles;
Of joy, peace and hope of better days,
Ahead beyond the miles,
And the shining prospect of the latter rays.
In the midst of all these going,
I hope you don’t think I’m joking,
About whom I think you are,
I wish I could write a longer story,
Of how grateful I am,
For making you a part of my history,
And a significant part of now,
When ev’rything is still happening,
The future is not far ahead,
I pray you find a happy one.