veeraiyah subbulakshmi


Interdependence..


Many times stripped down to be the bones,
Gender address leaves in pacifying silence,
The glowing skin and the cushioned muscle,
The feelings running electric trains,
Have thousands of junction and the flags,
Bubble less liquid system in the tubes,
Can identify each and every gaseous element,
And their friends, interdependence is the reason,
When everything feels the true happiness,
Before the removal of the satirical attires,
That fools the mortals to think as the immortals,
Tomorrow will come without delay,
Today is going off slowly to say good bye,
How the life is lived in harmony, not in vain,
Interdependence is the key word to open,
The world of happiness, before we are stripped,
To be naked to show all our bones to be the dust.

Submitted: Sunday, September 22, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 23, 2013

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