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Ashram Ashram

Sticks And Stones


Sticks and stones framework of a shelter to live in
Carved and chiseled to designs and contours of one’s liking
Adoring with colors for rejoicing while requiting the life’s lien
For endowments of comforts that’s offered for a secured living
Reflecting prudence for the encounter of amenities worthy or not
Going with the flow promising to remunerate with earnest deeds
By sharing the pleasant countenance with those who have fought
Making sacrifice for the segment of succor of basic needs
Falling short more than not pondering in their baffled mind
In search of answers for the anguish they are in
Enduring with covenant for the proficiency hoping to find
In solitude rapture of content in simple rain and sunshine

Devising the moments without impetus only working like a harrow under the skies in the horizon of tomorrows long shadows

Submitted: Wednesday, January 07, 2009

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