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Tuesday, February 12, 2013
For all my virtual friends
for all my
There have been many
who have told me that
e-friendship or virtual friendship
does not work.....
I believed in you
I believe in doing things
which people say I cannot do.
I am happy to have had fellow believers
in you, my e-friends!
Combine the two,
you get a warm hug,
a special embrace,
a jaadoo ki jhappi
(as MunnaBhai would say)
my virtual friends,
I love you all,
messages and mails
keep our friendship
and always will!