Dr.Rajendra Tela,Nirantar


Peeping through the Window of my past


Peeping through the
Window of my past
I saw my weaknesses
At last
Mistakes I committed,
Were written on a wall
They made me look
Very small
My head bowed
In shame
Decided not to
Repeat the same
Never judge others
By what they do
I’ll also be judged
On what I do
Keeping my fingers
Crossed
Slowly I walked
On the path of duty
To do it with all my
Ability
Never to think of the
Result
Without fear of
Shame and insult

Submitted: Saturday, April 16, 2011
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