hasmukh amathalal

(17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Man proposed

Men propose but….

Man proposed but God disposed
Till you betray the trust reposed
Many things you are but supposed
You may feel sorry, when before deposed

We are turning an eye blind
Never see anything good and kind
Attention to small and pretty things mind
Fault with HIM and excuses find

You challenged HIM in the sky?
Tried to limit HIM, why?
Have we reached the level of Omnipresent?
Do we not feel about and action resent?

You occupied sky with satellites?
With so much joy and delights
Then came anti to anti race
Created a danger hazardously to face

I have deadly weapons in arsenal
All your inventions and discoveries annul
They will always have level immune
You may try but not turn fortune

All deadly viruses are set free
Medicines you may simply find in tree
Nature may have their simple cure
Have simple trust and make it sure

Now it may take seconds to depart
Still there is time for knowledge to impart
Be a killer and jealous for everything
Then it will be real end of the beginning

Cleanliness is so sacred, dear and holy
Why you all compromise and commit thee folly?
Mankind will perish and face the slaughter
Holocaust, floods, epidemic and heavy winter

You will hear one by one and find no clue
You may run after real hunger and eyes blue
There you may find initial punch of bird flue
Still more you may have heavy doze of swine flu

Hate not and love more
Poor you love and simply adore
Peace and happiness always explore
I will be here as was before

Submitted: Thursday, August 13, 2009
Edited: Monday, August 17, 2009

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