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Your life at Sherubtse just five years,

MEMORIES WE CHERISHED TOGETHER… In retrospect - for Commerce Graduates of 2000


Farewell poem 2000 batch by Dr. V.K. Shortriya



Chokey got hurt but still he cleared dirt,

Dechen Pelzom kept cool

but unlike school,

Dechen Wangmo is senior

but in no way inferior,

Deepa did show but could not blow,

Jaibir changed all his gears,

Full of fun and tint of tears.

Your life at Sherubtse just five years.



Karma Dorji is a localite but still polite,

Karma Drukpa is serious

and in no way furious,

Karma Jamyang is difficult

and only he could insult,

Karma Lhato became vocal

but still be social,

Kencho was arrogant but still had cheers,

Full of fun and tint of tears.

Your life at Sherubtse just five years.



Kinley made new friends

and did some errands,

Kuenzang joined her but could not cover,

Melam got busy but in no way noisy,

Muneesh did prove, made lots of move,

Nawang was studious and had her peers,

Full of fun and tint of tears.

Your life at Sherubtse just five years.



Pem Choden changed colors

and forgot others,

Pema Nawang played responsible

but sometime drill,

Phub Dorji smiled

when other could have cried,

Rinzin Dorji used left but did not try cleft,

Rinzin Wangmo as usual was near to dears.

Full of fun and tint of tears.

Your life at Sherubtse just five years.



Sangay Choden did change

but for better exchange,

Sangay Rinzin showed that he is mature

but still he could not cure,

Sherub Dorji proved equally mature

for what he himself is not sure,

Sonam Choden looked all the same,

Cricket, TT & some for name,

Sonam Gyeltshen could speak for his peers.

Full of fun and tint of tears.

Your life at Sherubtse just five years.



Sonam Gyeltshen spoke whenever he got chance

and on few occasions he did dance,

Sonam Zangmo was exceptionally attentive

and for that she got the incentive,

Suraj Pradhan acted outside stream,

may be he acted sometime even in the dream,

Tashi Wangyel - about him what to say,

at the moment I just can pray,

Tshering Dem kept short in the profile of dears.

Full of fun and tint of tears.

Your life at Sherubtse just five years.



Tshering Dorji snapped almost each one of us

and was poetic even while making fuss,

Yeshey Lham changed her glasses

but still could not be with the masses,

Bina Rana kept low in the studies

and did not cry when left by her buddies,

Kencho Dorji was regular

and stayed singular,

Dechen Choden did everything for the cheers.

Full of fun and tint of tears.

Your life at Sherubtse just five years.

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