hasmukh amathalal

Gold Star - 26,861 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Even if you are


What even if you are so optimistic
As life will never remain static
It may have all ups and down
Person himself has to own or disown

It may make you all the time happy
You too will always be willing and ready
Time is tide will not wait if you are lazy
It may keep you all the time on toe and very busy

Even with your pessimism the reality will not alter
It is like doing nothing but expect to settle the matter
It will bring only disappointment and despair
The damage will done beyond repair

You should feel only about real outcome
Success or failure must always be welcome
It is useless to ponder over foreign land
And feel bad about something that is not in your hand

Aimless wondering is not at all appreciated concept
Person ahs to be cleaver and very much prompt
No one can claim immunity or pretend to be exempt
As it will be solely his responsibility for the act

Don’t interpret life as pure gamble
No one present it as simple sample
It is great work and sense of dedication
Outcome of it may just be an indication

We speak like philosopher after setbacks
Try to assume innocence and sidetrack
The real issues and causes for dismal show
It will useful only when you swim with river flow

Life is life and can be termed as very live
We got to spend rest span and believe
Who else will enjoy its fruit or kicks?
So sweet in nature but with heavy blow of bricks

Submitted: Tuesday, April 05, 2011
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