Srinivas Krishna

Life and Art

The highs and lows in life
churns the mind

The happiness all over
makes you feel you are the king

The sorrows later
push your hopes for the bliss

In this game of life
a day comes for us to give up
which test our patience a lot
on our hopes and expectations

Makes the human think
its usual to go like this
'Happiness or sorrow is for sharing
Fear or courage is only a feeling'

Among those, there arise the art
deep from the heart
showing the bliss and sorrow alike

Artist is a filter
who feels the world with his eyes, ears & heart
to share his golden art

A true art makes the common cry
displays the life of own to know

Either good or bad
the human forgets the moment
when the art tells the story

His heart clings to emotions
makes remember his sorrowed bliss all the time
and softens to rain the tears

May makes him realize what he do now
May change his course of life
to start a new life

May prompts him to release from his bonds
May also asks the God to take him in
what he want is Freedom
Freedom from all the hell and heavens
its the real bliss

Submitted: Saturday, May 24, 2014

Topic(s): life

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Art here means all kind of arts that a human creates from the feel of his heart

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