Dr.V.K. Kanniappan

Freshman - 1,192 Points (17.10.1944 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

The people who consider that they will live without any hindrance!


The people who consider that they will live throughout
…the end of their life-time without any hindrance

will not get agitated if they are stopped
…at the entrance where the rulers reside,

they will not take too much privilege
…that the ruler can't tolerate,

they will not retain the ruler's dues
…levied to them even by chance,

they will not decorate themselves
…with dress and ornaments equal to the ruler,

they will not go across the ruler's chamber
…to join with others!

Submitted: Sunday, July 20, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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Hi,
This poem 'The people who consider that they will live without any hindrance! ' is a translation of a Tamil poem from 'aasaarak kOvai'

கடைவிலக்கிற் காயார் கழிகிழமை செய்யார்
கொடையளிக்கட் பொச்சாவார் கோலநேர் செய்யார்
இடையறுத்துப் போகிப் பிறனொருவற் சேரார்
கடைபோக வாழ்துமென் பார்.66 ஆசாரக் கோவை

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