hasmukh amathalal

Gold Star - 23,846 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Words to speak

Give little room for mind to wonder
The dark clouds will hover and thunder
The rain may dropp on mother earth
To give relief to many and escape the death

Words can travel at the speed of light
Meets the friends far away and no need to write
Convey the message of love and come back
No confusion, no loss and nothing at stake

Who stops us from sailing on high seas?
Heart too feels romance and that too at ease
Make easy float among many colorful fishes
Finally the time has come to end with fine finishes

Words can paint person like devil
Can hide nobility and praise evils
It has double edged side
It can create repercussions very wide

But it can draw a person very close
You need not query or question to pose
All impact is already done
The bitterness and rivalry is already gone

Balance the words and rule the world
Turn the tide in relation from going cold
Maintain its sweetness by remaining cool
But never attempt to make any body fool!

It has all its charms
It can never do any harm
Relation is maintained and kept warm
An eye can convey message without being warned

Submitted: Monday, August 29, 2011


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