hasmukh amathalal

(17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

A answer within


The answer was just before
I had to go no where
To seek just an answer
The opportunity waited there

There is something like conscience
It gives light in its presence
The soul is awakening to experience
All gates are opened hence

You may come out from long sleep
There may be even chance to silently peep
This may keep you in good spirit
The light will be dimly lit

We are fresh like green leaf
Just emerged but stay for brief
One slow shake from the wind
The virtual ground place to find

Whether you understand or neglect
Choice is nearly open to select
There has to be clear ad visible act
This is reality and fact

We may not realize it till the end
This is negative and suicidal trend
We got to think and make amend
This beautiful message is to be spread and sent

There may not come any warning
The answer lies with you for very good morning
The night and end cycle may repeat without fail
W may seek His blessings and avail

Submitted: Monday, September 20, 2010

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