When he was a CADET
I have seen me innumerably,
Walking across the grounds,
I have seen myself in the PT Rig,
When I had ambitions in my eyes so Big.
I remember the salutes,
I remember wearing those boots.
I remember having mess meal,
I remember standing in sick line without being I'll.
I remember giving assembly speech on turn,
I miss my seniors who did more than just to teach.
I remember having petty fight,
The fight that made our bond so tight.
I remember RAGDA night,
And the interhouse spirit to show their might.
I miss having late night party,
Dancing with my brothers so hearty.
My brothers by my side while we broke some rules.
Dear alma mater I remember my last day,
It felt as it was the end of my favorite play.
I remember walking out of the gate,
The list time I was called a CADET