PRADIP DASGUPTA

(1-10-1989 / JAMSHEDPUR)

CELEBRATION OF LIFE


When the early rays of
the sun fall on the
trees and with its freshness
wake the world.
When the full moon with
its calm rays give the
tired soul the relief
at night.
When the flowery grooves
in the garden create the
fragrance for the
wondering soul.
When the spring with
all its colors and
creation creates freshness
to life.
My heart become soulful
and love to be with it.
But when the same sun
goes down leaving only darkness.
When the same moon
get surrounded by dark clouds.
When the same flowers fall
on the ground and rot and
things and people end.
It make me realize that
how permanent is change.
How small these happiness are.
My heart say to live and to
celebrate this short life can be
done.

Submitted: Saturday, February 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 17, 2013

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