I Fear Not The Toil
O God! give me toil how much You will-
Fear I not the labour or the earthly pain.
I can't live a life, trifle and narrow in size;
For the boring world is too short to live in.
I want to live a life, full of ecstasy-
Drenched with love, affection, moreover toil.
And You are the only one, O God, can fulfill
My heart with qualities, never the foil.
My God, I wish my life, be full of mystery.
I hate leisure or narrow contemporary bliss;
I love to go through hardship and worry-
Don't like a life, easy to spend and be passed away.
I want my hands knit the world beauty-
O God! give me strength, power and will
Before being ended the world tonight.
Promise! I'll die daily in the sake of duty....
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