Hemendra Singh Deopa
A Room With A View - Poem by Hemendra Singh Deopa
In a room with a view
Near the window the man is laid
To view the whole spectrum of life.
I now realize perhaps what the man can explain better than me or you.
The view might be constraint to the rigmarole of sight.
But enlightened! the vision inside.
The man is laid in a room with a view
near the window.
Transparent as it is
Just like the fact of life and death.
And the man perhaps counting on his life as he is laid near the window
in a room with a view.
Collecting all his strength to be strong
for the remaining time to go on
with all the love and hope
to live to the best for the rest of his life.
As he must be treading through the storm all in his mind.
Far from that place but a thought
Leaves me to believe not to be scared but thoughtful about this spectrum of life.
On the way to make it better day
for today, tomorrow and the days to come.
The story of life...appreciate the time.
For, many counting their time
in similar rooms and some just under a roof.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
This is to appreciate life and so to appreciate other's fortunate or less fortunate, as it passed through my mind so sharing.
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