mallika.R Chari


Great Little


Life evolves from little to great.

Little leaves to grow great trees;
Little stones to form great mountains
Little drops to flow great rivers;
Little steps to arrive at great paths;
Little actions to create great reactions;
Little smiles to kindle great laughs;
Little words to make a great talk;
Little memories to find a great time;
A little care to show a great affection;
A little recognition to give a great satisfaction;
Life evolves from little to great.


Greatness is risen as little ones are lined up;
Little ones rejoice at the greatness achieved;
Greatness relishes its every little endeavour;
Thus life evolves from little to great;

Great are these little ones!
Great are these little ones! !

Submitted: Sunday, June 30, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013
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we, members of my family have had a quality time spend together recently. the happiness and emotions urged me to write about the greatness of the little things in life! !

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