udit sharma


Shirt


I smell in my shirt
Thee smell in thy shirt,
And in the one in the shopping mall
smells the shopping mart

What a passion for Philanthropy,
ever ready to slide through every hand silently
And to bear everybody's odor honestly,
Without arguments,
in mine it emits me,
in thine it emits thee,
And in the one in shopping mall,
emits the shopkeeper's glee.

Identity he never cares
Comfort for him never matters,
like a universal poet he links to the domain of learning........
Hand in hand we prosper,
Oh same boat brother
let peace linger in air.


Happy is he when
his two wings flutter
amidst the prayer, ..
Almighty, Let this world adore
Hand in Hand we prosper
We are for each other.
The same boat brother.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Edited: Friday, May 25, 2012
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The poem was written for my Group ''Our magazine in English' in Face book.

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