Ramdas Bhandarkar

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Mirrors Can Produce Images, But not The object

We all acknowledge easily,
but almost forget quickly,
that we are mirrors bright,
if we are bright, it is due to light!

Mind suffers soul's thrust,
heart if is full of trust,
free from greed and lust,
mirror collects no dirt!

Gates of heaven may remain open,
but not one's eyes, with no grace upon,
fate may be waiting to make one turn,
one may get lured to pick pebbles and stones.

when mirror is plane and plain,
Object and its image are at same distance,
unless mirror moves towards object,
object and image maintain distance!

virtual will be image in plane one or in convex one,
plain man or man with less virtues and strong ego,
real will be image in concave when object is beyond focus,
man with less ego and more virtues with moral ethics.
But mirrors can produce image but not the object.. is the truth!

Submitted: Wednesday, December 19, 2012

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