Sadvansha Munshi

Rookie - 70 Points (24th March'99 / Kanpur)

My Shadow Poem by Sadvansha Munshi


Some people say its hard
But don't worry its just a canard
You've got an attitude
Inside you I see a fortitude
Its a new inception
Everyone has an incarnation
Everyone thinks you're anomie
But I know you're just a bonhomie
Yes, you are not impeccable
Still you are so incredible

You are a treasurer,
This world is yours!
You are a conqueror,
Go and change the world!

Whenever you feel forlorn
And think that you are still unborn
Recall, you are one and only
And just feel heavenly
Some underestimated you
So get up and show them your value
Right now you just glimmer
But don't worry soon you will shimmer
They think you are small and that's your maximum
Tell them you can't be destroyed, you are made up of Titanium

You are a treasurer,
This world is yours!
You are a conqueror,
Go and change the world!

Submitted: Saturday, January 11, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 11, 2014

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