Manjeshwari P MYSORE

Beyond the Horizon! Poem by Manjeshwari P MYSORE

Every Day there are some same things that go on
Monday to Friday, Busy as a bee from Morning to Noon
Noon to Evening work is in progress, time moves on
No time for all the friends wanting to meet you soon

Just slow down a bit, take a walk on grassy ground
See the flowers, people and trees that you never knew
Look at the beautiful smiles that are floating around
Everything makes you smile, you feel calm and anew

As you are way too busy and occupied with work everyday
Holiday means spending time with your family and friends
Relaxing and Enjoying is how you spend Saturday and Sunday
Mostly, routines to holidays is just one journey that never ends

Life is truly all about gazing at the Horizon
For none knows what lies Beyond the Horizon.

Submitted: Sunday, December 02, 2012
Edited: Sunday, December 02, 2012
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