hasmukh amathalal

(17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

New year tomorrow


I may be ushered in new era tomorrow
I shall double up the efforts to end sorrows
Will make it sure that there is no reoccurrences
I shall declare the resolve in everybody’s presence

I have suffered a lot at the cruel hands of fate
I confined to a corner and acted very late
The luck deceived me and I was pushed away
I searched for new route but found no way

It is better late than never
The problems may remain for ever
Life may continue to play hide and seek
We shall remain firm and not feeble or weak

I have learned a lot form past mistakes
It was act in haste and so much was at stake
It might have not struck at desired level
There was enough chance to succeed and excel

It has been made amply clear and understood
Nothing can be left behind for any good
Every opportunity is to be grabbed and explored
Complete reversal of past mistakes and no stone to remain unturned

I am reformed person now
With full of confidence and fully know how?
To tackle the ticklish issues with full command
And to meet it with authority and demand

I shall have no more room to complain
It has to performed in all the seasons even if in rain
As the time may not afford any chance in near future
I will have to ascertain and make it very sure

Time is most opportune time to adjust
We can take refuge under pretext and it is must
You can recoup and fight form the better result
The confidence is regained as strength is inbuilt

Submitted: Friday, December 31, 2010

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