Hasmukh Amathalal

Gold Star - 615,853 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

A Past Mistakes - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal

Did i learn from past mistakes?
Did i attempt to to retake?
The lost ground and claim glory
Have i ever felt sorry?

It is easy going and not taken seriously
Letting opportunity slip continuously
As escaping the life miraculously
No bid for full thrust and wonder aimlessly

Seldom you try rise to the occasion
You action is not full hardy and raises many questions
It may pay you no award
You will be denied full reward

One has to be fully contended
The thrust has to be well intended
It is to learn from past and surge ahead
No to cry for split milk and positively lead

I shall have to mend the ways
It is useful and guidance always
The things can’t turn bright all of sudden
You will have to make all out efforts even

It is not the correct way to sit idle
Some one has to be made as your idol
Try to have inspiration from his contribution to the cause
You must strive hard, work relentlessly and not pause

It may look all philosophical talk
It may help us really when in life we walk
The life is meaningless without any talent
You have think twic before giving consent

What else can be decisive factor?
It may be faced in any sector
You got to emerge as victorious
But the efforts have to be continuous

Not to look back but march towards destiny
It may be looked as idealism to many
No other way is left to think over
You need proper guidance and cover


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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 13, 2010



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