Ramesh T A

(28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

A BARD TO REMEMBER FOREVER!


Nowadays much ado about nothing politicians talk;
And all is well that ends well people talk;
But as you like it yeah, many ask people to vote!
Romeo and Juliet among them mind their love;
But Anthony and Cleopatra passionately die for their love!

A midsummer nights dream will come true only by good rain;
But the tempest in America and India cause havoc due to pollution!
The world reels under constant violence, terrorism and wars;
So, mankind longs in vain for peace, love and joy now.
What was impossible is possible says Napoleon
And what is impossible will be possible says he!

Remember, Shakespeare was born and dead on 23rd April! To him
Life is such stuff as dreams are made on and rounded with a sleep!
So; what is impossible by ordinary men is possible by talented men;
What is not possible by talented men is possible by a genius;
And what is not possible by a genius is possible only by God!

Submitted: Friday, April 23, 2010

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  • Jean Dament (4/23/2010 2:15:00 PM)

    A wellthought out poem about possibilities with the best one ending with God.
    Well done & thanks for sharing.

    Jeannie
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