piyush raj

l, , fldkf

I believe in our dream
To come free and going
With every truthful theme
Of life choices knowing
Where no bondages are
To drive our destiny
Only ways to reach afar
And setting standards free

Trouble is inside trouble
Giving away its share
Many times coming double
Around somehow here near
Tomorrow at times not coming
Worries are bigger than mine
A-turning to succumbing
World tiresome things of fine

I believe in our calling
With hope for everyone
Never to periphery falling
Just our steps further on
Living and worth trying
Every principle of its mean
Coming from clarifying
Of what remains to be seen

I believe in a passive pace
Of every life's latest takes
When in its straightforward place
It endows with and makes
Where no oppressions seize
Anything of valued living
In its many vividly please
Those are worth its giving

Submitted: Friday, August 31, 2012
Edited: Saturday, September 08, 2012

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