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Vivek Tiwari

Rookie - 81 Points (23 July 1985 / Gaura (R.S.) Pratapgarh)

If Ever I Be A Teacher


If ever in my life
I'll be able
To be a teacher
On behalf my worth
Behalf mine own talents
That's my first liking
My best amusement
I shall try
To find it out
The heartly emotions
The brain-wave motions
Of students
As what they like
To be in their life
What's their own desire
What's their liking shire
I'll try my best affair
To shape them well
To their long'd sphere.
Now, how shalt I build my fortune
Depends upon mine own adventures.
Yet I, forever, my best shall play
Their best Fortune
To clasp day by day.

For everywhere-
Mine eyes do witness
The disappointed ones
With burden'd thoughts
They look before and after
To have a breath
In the sphere of freedom
But all is to bear
What they cant
Beliwered, doubtful and all confused
By the end at final reckoning
They come across
But what is Nothing.

09/11/2005

Submitted: Sunday, November 04, 2012
Edited: Saturday, February 02, 2013

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This thought of mine is the passion of the day when I was just under the hope of becoming a teacher.
I witnessed that children are imposed with what they dont like or dont want hence their passion of doing what they desire is slain.

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