Mailrangam Visvanathan Venkataraman

(28/08/1959 / Trichy, India)

When Efforts Recur, Success will Occur


Surely one day success will blossom
And spread divine fragrance in mind
By giving deep joy, it will soothe surely
Singing lullaby it will make you sleep

Peace of mind it will fetch affectionately
Happiness it will preserve and console
It will act as a cushion and supply bliss
Giving enthusiasm will be its functioning

That healing success may get delayed
And may not come on your way easily
Only by sheer hard-work, it is attracted
Laziness will never make it come near

Non-stop try alone will melt its heart
Only then it will come in your grip
Sweats and toil are to it pleasing
It will respect a relentless pursuit

Overnight success is not a joy dear
It is pure luck which has no value
Only when efforts are mammoth
Success will make its kind entry

Many men dig a little and leave
Few more steps if were taken
Golden success lies glittering
Calling you to acquire it fully

Always positively make an idea
And try hard to realize that dream
By believing in in your great ability
Surge ahead scoring sure success.

Submitted: Sunday, May 06, 2012

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Getting Nobel Prize was my ambition, Recently that great mission, Was given by me omission, As fear stopped giving me permission, This created from me a meek submission, Suddenly has now changed my emotion, I again want to try with devotion, Drops only form an ocean,
This poem is born out of that determination.

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