Tripati Narayan Mishra

Valentine Poem Poem by Tripati Narayan Mishra

Know fourteenth February is the day of valentine
It doesn't matter who whatever think the day is purely mine

Love is the only ingredient for all to live in harmony
Let enjoy this beautiful life without any agony

Every religion teaches us the basic of love and peace
Love is the strongest bondings please think it twice

The eternal truth is none other than death after life
Don't hesitate to impress your love in this valentine

Remember the life given to us is also very small
Without hesitation as a human I will love to all

Submitted: Wednesday, February 13, 2013
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As the world is progressing rapidly in a materialistic way but the need of the hour is pure love. As human beings we have to learn the art of love. In this short span of life if we will try to love every one then we can all live in harmony. This is my humble request to all in this sacred valentine day for unselfish love.

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