hasmukh amathalal

Gold Star - 23,846 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Achieve the best

I knew for sure about the relation
For mind and heart with some indication
How come tears rush in for little setback?
If nothing is interlinked or at stake

How can heart be unsealed?
Until you know it may again be concealed
With same feeling gently filled
Yet spirit kept same and not killed

It is personal asset
Not hired or be let
For simple reason
That it belongs to person

Still traded
When willed to be wedded
Given for holy bond
As someone was fond

No one parts with
Unless armed with teeth
Full of assurance with safety
Just appreciation for inner beauty

Eyes stare and probe
Feel happiness and do not sob
One quest in life is over
She has found life long cover

So much is written
About love, treachery and deception
Still people fall in love
Put enough of trust and believe

It is simple thing
When cemented with ordinary ring
Sign of belonging and happiness
Have you ever noticed shine on face?

I shall sing for ever
In praise, however
Some precaution I may suggest
Always dream but achieve the best

Submitted: Wednesday, March 20, 2013
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