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ROCHISH MON

Rookie - 218 Points (4-11-00 / INDIA)

THERE APPEAR THE STARS


There appear the stars…, in the darkness

Those are not known to the darkness



Why do we do not see those stars

We only have to take some efforts



Do not think that those stars have come suddenly

Form very long time they were there verily



We have not seen them as we are entangled in our mentalities

We have to come out of our tendencies to see those stars



Wrongness is leading us from the front

As the aftermath our lives have been burnt

We have succumbed to our own attitudes

We could not reach to the real altitudes



Badness, an inherent quality

Has been our companion in all our walks

Badness, the common identity

Preventing us to see those stars



As the eventuality of human proceedings

Animosities and atrocities are

Growing by leaps and bounds



There appear the stars… we have to alter our living styles

There appear the stars… we need to rectify our behaviors

There appear the stars… let us have proper views

There appear the stars… let us have refined visions



There appear the stars…



Fail not we have to see those stars

And we have to find the news that

Peace and harmony are spreading among us-



There appear the stars…

Submitted: Saturday, July 27, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013

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