hasmukh amathalal

Gold Star - 25,974 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Natural to feel

Eclipse can remain no longer
It may be time bound and not for ever
It is sign of bad omen
When covers divine objects ll of sudden

Even the science has progressed
The effect can be assessed
The object can be also seen
It is terrible and unforgettable scene

The life too can be eclipsed
Entire period is silently cursed
Sometimes it is confided within for the fear of prestige
As it is not lightly seen with honor and pride

It is gripped with fear
The life is pushing you to rear
No future is seen with hope
Life seems to be the walk on tight rope

It is natural to feel bad
It may also make you sad
But we need not loose heart
As it may not remain as permanent part

Sadness and happiness are two unavoidable facts
We need not bother or sadly react
It may go away with change in cycle
You period shall be over with unexpected struggle

Submitted: Monday, April 28, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, April 29, 2014

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