To All Parents – David Furtado

How I wished it was yesterday again
Though I know useless are my thoughts and all in vain
I would still love to hold your hand,

Relentless Emotions Sneha Subramanian Kanta

While walking on soft sand
And feeling the tickling of the sea,
When it comes up to my knee.

How I wished it was yesterday again,
When I wouldn’t use much of my brain.
On you I would depend- what you said
And it is by you I would be fed.
To be governed -I feel – is better than to rule
And how I disliked going to school.

How i wish it was yesterday again
When my living was so plain.
And I didn’t have much to decide
What was wrong and what right.
The fascinating tales you told me
And of lands I loved to see.

Yet now I am older.
Nonetheless never bolder.
To take decisions -I hesitate
And it is upto me to seal my fate
As my spring is washed by my rain
How I wish it was yesterday again.

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