When I was born,
Family was so proud,
Filling their hearts with joy,
Laughter scattered all over,
Like grass in woods.

That day, when I had my first toy,
My heart sunk in joyous sea,
Covered by currents of amazement,
Thank you, papa.

That day I joined school,
New faces everywhere,
Like a weed among the chosen, I felt,
The longest day ever.

That day I won your heart,
A dream was like,
As it seemed a lie,
Yet fully mine,
Filling that emptiness in my heart,
As you conquer all insecurities,
That day I laughed.