Ramesh T A

Gold Star - 83,007 Points (28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

A Feast Of Joy! - Poem by Ramesh T A

Another day of cheer opens door wide
Bequeathing all with plenty of fun to play
Catering to the needs of all at anytime!

Delight after delight increases interest
Enchanting brim full of bubbles of joy
Floating everywhere in the feast full!

Gathering friends meet companions
Hugging with humorous thoughts ever
In the dreams of the past glory immortal!

Joint partners in play revel in merry making,
Keep all with glasses never minimizing at all
Losing or winning without minding time...!

Moments of joy never to be forgotten in life
Neither the winner nor the loser ever bothers
Openly losing one's Self as rivers in the ocean!

Pure heart of gold caring all with comforts only
Queen of heart can do so in revelry of ace class
Rejoicing in the occasion quite grande in scale!

Surfing on the waves of fantasy all forget world
That has progressed accumulating problems As
Universe only can accommodate their proportion!

Vertically and horizontally all things explored
World of woes is kept at the back burner ever;
Xerox of it only kept for ready reference however!

Year long striving is made to disappear by feast
Zigzagging over woes with new found solutions!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 15, 2011

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