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Pushkar Bisht

Rookie - 0 Points (26.06.1985 / Pithoragarh (Uttaranchal))

You can create

You can create,
something in you as a new seed
which no one has created so far,
it's still unknown to others
but you can create that ordinary
things through you among those
who are also from you.

You can create,
a new power of faith,
among those who are faithless
they haven't been aware
of such a beautiful power for centuries.

You can create,
a new torch of light,
which will not let them lose their way,
because its light is not extinguishable,
by any heavy storm coming on its way.

You can create,
a new ray of hope
among those who are helpless,
and they don't find their ultimate goal
bring that power from Almighty,
who is keen to pass on that power through you.

You can create,
a new life of love,
for which they are dying
spread this new life of love among them,
They really deserve this precious gift.

You can create,
your own life for others,
don't you know about that?
Even your life rests on them,
so forget all your worries,
and lead to a perfect creation.

Submitted: Sunday, March 31, 2013

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