Ramdas Bhandarkar


Pain of soul can hide Behind its Satisfaction!

Life is that when,
Energy trapped in matter,
Unconscious comes
Just like bud opens on its
maturity, Just like flower opens and then
wither off! If life itself is busy in asking what
is life,
Isn't it miraculous foolishness,
Life has to lives life,
Life can be beautiful with its
colours and shape, Or spread its wonderful perfume! Some flowers may not have
But never disappoint several life
depend on it! Life is neither a punishment nor
an award,
It is reward to the soul with best
Life is for learning and
understanding, Even some flowers laugh when
surrounded by thorns,
Learn from ants, life is not a
Learn from birds that can sing
even summer or winter alike, Yes too much expectations,
Unlimited desires,
Painful will be life,
Yet nature reinforce life with
right attitude.
It is finally left to attire developed by soul
alone help development of
But the sky is so vast,
Stars are numerous,
Pain of a star hide behind its shine,
Billions straw of grass found in
Pain of straw hide behind it
growth of the grass,
So is the attitude can hide pain of trifles,
Making life itself easy and
Pain of a soul can hide behind its

Submitted: Sunday, September 09, 2012

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