Ramesh T A

Freshman - 585 Points (28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

A JOY OF ALL...!


Happiness of many lies in the sadness of key players
Not only in the plays but also in the life of the world;
It is true for the happiness of others some sacrifice all!
Without the sky shedding tears earth cannot get relief;
In the happiness of green fields sky remains blue ever!

Singers, poets, actors and writers live life for others
Entertaining and enlightening them as long as they can
And disappear in oblivion paving way for others to go on
In pursuit of the exploration they have started long ago!

Without the efforts of scribes where can newspapers come
To start the day for many in the morning along with coffee
Giving information of the world and ideas to create things
Benefiting Self and world in all walks of life as world rolls on
Day and night non stop for the survival of all species endless?

Submitted: Sunday, January 17, 2010

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