ROUND WHEELS DRIVE THE LIFE
Round is the shape
Of the structures we rest
Like Earth is round
View from east or west!
Round goes the moon
Flattering the Earth
As the bosses are pleased
And some others teased!
Round is the orange
Sweet n sour
Like the complications emerge
And in the success- can pour!
Round is the head
Which makes a man proud,
To pick strategies
In blues and red!
Round is a dominant phenomenon
So is the cycle of birth and death
Round is a tiny sand particle
So is the ball for dancin’ n playin’, take a breath!
Round is the wedding ring
Which makes a loop,
Round are the responses
During peoples’ intermingling!
Round is what we appreciate
Round is what we look for
Like a round-about on the road
And a steering in the car!
Round is the basis
For esteeming round as oasis
And what not in facts- proving
As tongue twists in pronouncing!
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