Poetry

Let’s go back, let’s be a kid again

Let’s go back, let’s be a kid again,
when missing morning cartoons and going to school was the only pain.
When the only delicious food was cooked by your mother,
and playing games was great with your elder sister and brother.
Let’s go back, let’s be a kid again,
when we made paper boats and paper planes.
When you fell asleep in an unknown place,
but still woke up in our own beds.
Let’s go back, let’s be a kid again,
when we thought only our dads were the real men.
When we loved playing with sticks and stones,
and mom’s lap was the only place termed as home.
Let’s go back, let’s be a kid again,
when we were carefree and kinda insane.
When we had no worries and no trouble,
and our parents were the greatest known couple.

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