Treasure Island

Abhinit Chute (abz)

(23/7/1996 / Nagpur)

Miracles You Do

We embarked on as a seed..
Our hereditary stuff made us proceed...
But we were like blind, we didn't care,
We were running but direction was nowhere..

Brimming with talent, the mind was our hero,
But the restless attitude kept the vector addition zero..
And the response sheets would seem so tyrannizing,
Fact that we needed proper channelizing..

The sun rose and the bud broke into stem,
Eyes opened as we were watered; We realized our aim.
We accepted, turned; everything seemed so fine..
Behind it were the blessers, the teachers divine!

You dug out the good in us, we were unaware about,
We were caved in, you flexed us out!
Negative we were, plunged into a dark pond,
You took out our Carbon and made us Argon!

Intense positivity you send from your hand like a beam,
Blessings of motivation deflect us towards our dream..
We enjoy the time from morning to 9 pm,
Enchanted we receive everything with PCM!

You tuned our frequency, You purified our vision,
You made us able and confident to set our own mission..
You sharpened our skills like the edge of a knife,
We thank You teachers to be a part of our life! !

Submitted: Sunday, September 22, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 23, 2013

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I delivered the poem in my institute, IIT HOME NAGPUR On teachers '13

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  • Shraddha The Poetess (9/22/2013 10:13:00 AM)

    that's truelyy a beautiful tribute to teachers.....bhaiya u have described their role in our life in a creative and vry beautiful way..........well done bhaiya.... (Report) Reply

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