Lessons by mother earth
Mother earth; a silent, lone sufferer.
Though lava is burning her from inside,
Never fails to do render her regular duties.
A pause or a shake, though for a while creates havoc,
Natural calamities disrupt the routine of everyone.
So…….. for the sole cause of her lovely children,
Dwelling, playing, singing, dancing around,
She is muted, rotating silently.
Lessons by mother earth to every unfortunate woman,
…………. be silent, keep moving but without shaking,
Never show the misery, swallow your tears and only
Spread the happiness by an untiring smile and
Of course, through a poetry.
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type, grade, duration, features........ so don't run away, learn to face it boldly.
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