Wonders Of The World - Poem by Rekha Mandagere
The seven wonders dropped from the heaven
Are all spread across the bed of land and ocean
Perplexes the integrity of wise men to approach
Great soldiers are ever ready to make their bold march
Men like Newton always try to balance gravity in their search
The great philosophers are always busy glorifying the truth-immortality
Human poet Shelly eagerly blows his west wind across its viscinity
However, the pursuit of a poor classroom teacher is only to preach
But I have an intense desire to watch; Tell me, how can I reach?
All of a sudden, a great MESSAGE came rolling down from the
paradise of Western Isle
To my great surprise, I saw all the wonders of the world at a
glance in my son's gracious SMILE!
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