Mailrangam Visvanathan Venkataraman

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

Bad Souls Make You Sad and Mad


When a persons heaps insults deliberately
One must avoid him as devil absolutely
As his intention is spurious and bad
He will make your emotions only sad

He will try to dominate and manipulate
Making your sadness madly escalate
He will get pleasure out of insulting
In your sorrow, this will be resulting

Never give room for such a cruel action
As you may get really no satisfaction
That bad person will get the upper hand
He will throw upon your face dirty sand

If you aim to reform that person foolishly
He will injure you cunningly and devilishly
And he will decide that you are a fool
Who can be defeated by criticism-tool

Better to cut that relationship for good
If you want peace of mind to ever flood
Instead if you ignorantly stick to him
He will with deadly greed suck your vim

Why should such a relationship flourish?
Why encourage a person cruelly fiendish?
Your peace of mind, only you can preserve
Love from you, bad people never deserve.

Submitted: Saturday, December 08, 2012
Edited: Friday, December 14, 2012

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When a person is harsh and vehement, He will only adversely comment, Cracks in your heart, he won't cement, Making the damage permanent, Using his bad temperament, He will create disappointment, Please give him no appointment, For rejection only he is meant.

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