Rema Prasanaa


My dear friend,
tomb stones, death or its silence...
would not bring a chart from its possession
to categorize which race you belong
or you black or white or colored
earth doesn’t quiver to shatter dreams
of a group or a volcano never erupts to
dry dreams of a segment
Rain showers for all
Sun is source for all
Universe a place for all to share
their space to experience,
share happiness and sorrows
It is not a language you speak
formulate a difference
It is a language you use in right
format makes a difference
learn the wisdom of
life that is same for all...

Submitted: Thursday, September 04, 2008
Edited: Thursday, September 04, 2008

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Comments about this poem (! LEARN THE WISDOM OF LIFE by Rema Prasanaa )

  • Rookie Mamta Agarwal (9/14/2008 11:57:00 PM)

    learn the wisdom of life that is same for all. very penetrating, thought provoking. insightful impressive poem10 (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - -1 Points Ivan Donn Carswell (9/7/2008 4:42:00 PM)

    profound and beautifully understated Rema, that wisdom applies to all equally above and beyond cultural idioms... Rgds, Ivan (Report) Reply

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