Mashiur Rahman

Rookie - 367 Points (Naogaon Bangladesh)

Transform


Start or end is nothing
Just transform
The terms of the start and end is equal meaning
Where is the start, that place is the end
Transform is the root of everything.

Basically the core meaning of the start and end is equal
When digging a piece of field to build a pond
Then the field is the end but Starting the pond
Field was transformed into a pond
In fact there is no such thing as the start or end
Just transform.


We humans or other organisms
before we were the transplant
After his or her mother's womb was converted
Then came on earth by converted
That means the death is not the end
The beginning of a another part.

To transform all things
There's nothing to say that the start and end
Just transform.

Submitted: Friday, February 13, 2015
Edited: Monday, February 16, 2015

Topic of this poem: world


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