Subbaraman N V

Rookie - 317 Points (31st July 1941 / Karaikkudi - Tamilnadu- India)

*PRISONER OF PRACTICE!


Oh! My dear man!
Be not a prisoner of practice
Never you can enjoy poise and peace!
Practice may or may not be logical
Nor it may or may not be rational!
Do what is fair and right, good and just
Worry not as to what others talk and trust!
Fair and right, good and just go with the heart
With mind clear and heart quite pure let us start
A practice that is good, fair and just
To lead a life of peace and joy- a must!

Submitted: Monday, April 01, 2013

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In the name of following certain practices-right or wrong, good or bad-man becomes a prisoner of those practices which more often than not leads him to misery!

Comments about this poem (*PRISONER OF PRACTICE! by Subbaraman N V )

  • Freshman - 607 Points Kavya . (4/3/2013 5:16:00 AM)

    how true, , , , a very nice poem indeed giving a powerful message to the readers....to be not prisoners of our own practice, , , , (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 127 Points Allemagne Roßmann (4/3/2013 3:14:00 AM)

    I appreciate the theme here.A poignant write Sir. (Report) Reply

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