Soumita Sarkar Ray

(Kolkata)

Help is never small


If you get a chance to favour
and help others in gross pain
be it a neighbour or your brother
it shall pay and never go in vain

Think not of grand deed
that shall make you stand great
beyond your thought's feed
to mark this auspicious date.

Tire not of giving love
things you feel merely small
little things such as a dove
implicitly can tower tall.

And my friend in turn true
they'll occupy the biggest part
beyond your belief out of the blue
in their unattended heart.

Submitted: Monday, May 13, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 11, 2013

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Never shirk from doing the smallest things for others.......at times a sympathetic glance, a loving touch and a desire to listen can sooth the distressed soul. Why be behind in lending such small gifts? ? No help is small.....though it seems so.

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