hasmukh amathalal

Gold Star - 19,696 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Gift to human being

Life is precious Gift to human being
It is dear to all even to poor or king
You may be over ambitious or enterprising
But make sure it is not less promising

Not all people get with whatever they want
Some times they deserve and sometimes don’t
At some level you start to loose your patience
So far you had love and showed so much compassion

You decided to donate generously
You worked hard for destitute and poor continuously
Some of the people are remembered even posthumously
The life was devoted to others and taken very seriously

People from distance observe you minutely
It has come to their mind very lately
You have fame and so much to show to world
So you are taken as model, exemplary and very bold

You might have been compelled to work for free
You knew how noble it is to work like tree?
You made it as daily routine and went ahead
People praised your work and wanted you to lead

It is perceptional difference and exist very much
They are sufferers, view it differently as such
You are devoted to mainly for your satisfaction
They watch and dream about you to become with inclination

Submitted: Thursday, October 20, 2011
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