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Mailrangam Visvanathan Venkataraman

Rookie - 22 Points (28/08/1959 / Trichy, India)

Adjust and Live with True Interest


Things may not happen as per our wish
We may be sorry, but extend not sorrow
Our sadness must at a stage fully vanish
Or else we will miss our precious tomorrow
Our worries must day by day surely diminish
Then only our peace of mind will finely grow
See the positive side to live very cheerfully
We must always be optimistic with true glee
The wisest soul gets happiness enjoying fully
All are born not to suffer, but to feel glad
Wall of fate rises higher only to make us sad
Small wins that we had must to our joy add
When all our plans collapse, we must be bold
We must not be terribly bothered by losses
To optimism and enthusiasm we must hold
When our life, fate without sympathy tosses
Enough guts and courage must be installed
He who is always hopeful never at all loses.

Submitted: Saturday, March 09, 2013
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I supply to myself confidence, After praying to the Providence, When I lose happiness, My mind, I wisely harness, Sorrows will be brief, Soon will die down grief, One day peace will arrive, To live let us have the drive.

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