Treasure Island

Ramdas Bhandarkar

(Madikeri)

All Will Pass In Flow Of Time, We Also!


Those who can't see
a loving heart
let them find and see

festivals in hundreds
joy comes in bundles
everyday is enjoyed

can Buddha make one kind
can Rumi make one a lover
can Kabir make one wise
is it not purity of heart
bring all changes and where
every saint see the divine
bows his head and wish?

Well satisfied mind never complains
mild and humble it behave everywhere
If has some strong dissatisfaction
sure it has the bag of venom but lost fangs

Those venomous creatures wait
Many of us still mistake planets with stars
and stars are seen as planets
Innocence is not an offense, but surely ignorance

Those visit only this scholars shop
for rhymes and pictures, Photoshop
the internet, Google and Facebook
Let us see the greatness in culture

Forget! enjoy your days, celebrate life
bitter things or sweet things, take alike
with love and gratitude, accept
all will pass in flow of time, we also!

Submitted: Sunday, March 30, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 31, 2014

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