Treasure Island

Kumar Yash


My first poem: We are his child


We are His child
In this world we are blind
We have vision but
We cannot see
But if we seek we will find
He has given us all that we need
We have to just pay the heed
What we seek we will find
Be it love happiness or feelings maligned
So the choice is ours
Where we want to take the mankind.

Submitted: Sunday, July 20, 2014
Edited: Sunday, July 20, 2014

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Well, this is my first poem ever, and I was not even thinking of writing a poem.I was trying to create a personal blog but as I started to write I felt puzzled what should this be about.. Among the first few thoughts that came to my mind was this one: why not try composing a poem! So, that is how I came up with my first poem. Here are a few lines... I hope you will enjoy it :)

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