Ramesh T A

Gold Star - 82,311 Points (28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

A Glorious End! - Poem by Ramesh T A

All things pass on as nothing sooner;
Before the end comes deadlock is sure!
Careful calculations cannot cope with all;
Dear ones too pass away into oblivion;
Ever looking for support is impossible;
Fall of apple cart will scatter all fruits!

Going by one's will there are ways to
Hover over lands exotic to decide about!
Icons have tread the paths others shun;
Journeys are adventurous indeed often!
Keeping oneself abreast of all one sees
Lawns of beauty free to lay on for pause!

Many ups and downs one has to encounter
Not knowing what's coming next everywhere!
Open to all storms one has to swim upstream
Perfectly negotiating pitfalls precisely as ever!
Quixotic the adventure may look many a time
Rather lunatic the mission that is undertaken.

Sustained efforts pay well though tedious
The task may look to be all the way from start!
Useful tips one gets on every turn on the way
Vertically climbing the hill full of fragrance new.
World of wonder makes one forget woes of pain,
Xingu things, when one has to come across ever.

Years of sustained succession to upper regions
Zen like religion opens finally glorious end sure!

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 24, 2012

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