Mailrangam Visvanathan Venkataraman

Rookie - 42 Points (28/08/1959 / Trichy, India)

Begin Now and Then Win


Think thrice before any action
To avoid the happening of friction
When you do the final selection
You must get perfect satisfaction

Decide not in the last minute
Do not ponderously just sit
Try to practice to keep fit
Success is sweet, soon get it

Dreaming will not get great glory
Inaction makes you feel ever sorry
Carry on work without any hurry
Never worry as it is unnecessary

Plan and execute with great skill
Extract out of duty maximum thrill
Always perform the task with will
Your coffers, using efforts fill

When circumstances are adverse
Then do not despise the Universe
God and prayer are there to nurse
You can rectify if things are worse

Just believe in your full capacity
This belief will act like electricity
Increase via work your capacity
Keep intact your great creativity

Exploit your potential sagaciously
Ignore comments made atrociously
Taste this life viewing it preciously
Let holy time be viewed auspiciously

Submitted: Sunday, January 29, 2012

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