Bashyam Narayanan


Resolve to make the new year 2013 a happy one


Next dawn is New Year
Let it not be a usual dawn
Make it fresh
Add some more pleasing colours
Add new gentle fragrances around
Add less known comforting shapes
Allow new great thoughts spring in you
And great but attainable dreams
Allow refreshing new wisdom descend on you
That will keep you happy
And will make you instrumental for
Happiness of others around
Let you refine your mindset
So that you become a contributing and
Problem solving team member
And an inspiring team leader
Taking your team members to realize tougher goals
Let you see in you a great lover of
Nature and all beings around
Let you realize in you
The divine touch
That helps actualize your very self
Let you extend your kindness
Let you enhance farsightedness
Let you evolve ways to see comfort with everything
Let you earn a new long lasting peace
Let you stay happy, healthy, safe and productively active
It is not that a New Happy Year is going to dawn
It is you who are going to make the year 2013 a happy one

Submitted: Sunday, December 30, 2012
Edited: Monday, December 31, 2012
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