Ramesh T A
A BEST WAY TO PROMOTE LOVE AND PEACE!
Peace, love, brotherhood and development all preach;
Without love nothing can be done to achieve everything.
But if love in public practicable nobody says anything;
How can anyone love anybody else without knowing?
How can harmful persons be loved and develop peace?
So many things are beyond our capacity to accept often!
So, to live in society without fighting tolerance is the way
It seems possible with some hard and diligent practice!
To forget nasty things diversion of attention to Nature
And spending usefully time in creative arts seems well!
Poetry is another wonderful diversion for the talented
And can discuss matters with readers to change well
The society to go on the peaceful track acceptable by all!
But is it possible by all who are not refined and civilised?
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