veeraiyah subbulakshmi


Don't be sad.. Poem by veeraiyah subbulakshmi


stand up on your feet, taller than ever,
wipe off the dust, cleaner to be brighter,
dust of worries and tortures,
dust of confusion and failures.

we are born to live happily,
whether we have money or miseries,
we are born to live safely,
whether we live in a house or on the alley.

Be brave and courageous,
Don't behave outrageous,
love yourself gracious,
love everyone contagious.

Don't cry for the petty things,
Those have made you to fling,
We are the human with the willing,
Wipe that tear that is filling.

The whole world is ours, you believe,
Even the stars, moon, planets and the Sun,
Nurture the worries makes you a coward,
Nurture the strength will make you a brave.

Stand up on you feet, taller than ever,
we are the human, born with the sense the sixth,
sharpen that sense with your experiences, the vast
Send the discrepancies and the discrimination to the dark.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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