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THOSE WERE THE DAYS

Remember the times when you heard a rupee could go far
now it goes as far as the gasoline u fill the car
those were the days when kids thought the stork bought babies home
now they know even test tubes make them come
those were days when love letters were sealed with the kiss
now the phone gets the kiss and the lips miss
those were the days friends had fun and talked sitting on a wall
now all they talk is a short note on a facebook wall
those were the days we wait for a song with a radio
now the ipods shuffle the songs
those were the days we paid for one and watched all the channels
now we pay for that we dont watch and watch the free channel
times change and change those days
yet those were the days

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6 thoughts on “THOSE WERE THE DAYS

  1. Those where the days buddy
    indeed
    i used to play in the meadows In the forest. Ourside with old clothes on after school.
    now kids play with eyes focused on screen.
    those where the days.
    i love the writing as always perfect.

    Posted by chicasl10 | November 13, 2010, 3:39 pm
  2. Yes, those were definitely the days, Ajit, and wonderfully written, your words bring everything to life. Innocent days I think, compared to today’s fun.. xPenx

    Posted by penpusherpen | November 19, 2010, 8:08 pm
  3. i miss it like u do..
    very well pressed..

    Posted by Princess | November 26, 2010, 11:03 am
  4. tx a lot buddy
    sometimes i get to emotional…U know me yes?/
    tc and enjoy the kids

    Posted by chicasl10 | December 27, 2010, 10:56 pm
  5. hi there Ajit, thanks for dropping by and for your comment. I hope you’ll be updating soon, I’d love to catch up on your writing… xPenx

    Posted by penpusherpen | January 9, 2011, 3:32 pm
  6. Good one!

    Posted by Jason | August 27, 2011, 7:05 pm

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