Ramesh Kavdia


Christmas and Jesus


When Jesus was there alive
He was given a painful cross.
There was hatred for him.
Now he lives in our soul
Now on Christmas
There is love all over.
Same thing happened with many God
God comes as avatar on this earth
Great people, God and his avatar
likewise even poet and author
are ignored
very less readers they get
but sometimes after death
suddenly fame comes from all side
his poem is read again and again
alaas he is not alive
but shining as star high in sky.


ramesh kavdia
25th dec 2011
time: 9.40 morning
india

Submitted: Saturday, December 24, 2011
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