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Congratulations!


When wars had raged and reached the peak,

To set a panic striken lot

Who never once took a pause to see

The better -their heart or their thoughts?

 

You both stood there as one heart beating ,

You knew there was hope somewhere

The instinct comes to those who believe

In the power that can’t be felt anywhere.

 

Thirty one years of trust and faith

Since that very day you both tied the knot

Lord Krishna as a witness would appear

In person to watch this lovely couple sprout

 

Daddy, Mummy you both have stood the test of time

And arrived to talk of today

I wish you grow old over hundred years together

And that will surely happen I pray!
 
Congratulations Mr and Mrs K.S. Nair. On this auspicious day I bow down to the two of you. Thirty one years of love, trust, hope and faith. You have surpassed and accomplished tons together. God is indeed great!


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