Hasmukhlal Amathalallal

Gold Star - 613,920 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

A Simple Evening - Poem by Hasmukhlal Amathalallal

An evening to remember and forget
All friends together and memories to let
Sitting around and gossiping of whole day
Make some news to come out of way

All funny episodes to comeon surface
Each one to narrate the speciality ofcase
How one goes ahead in private meeting?
Wht do they converse while greeting?

It is nice gathering and simple exchange
On e gets lighter by disclosing and able to manage
It is nothing but sharing of happy moments
Cutting jokes among and passing of comments

It is beautiful to share about love and pain
Nice suggestions for good harvest and rain
Spending time with would be bride
Is it not the matter of pride?

What is life actually about?
Happiness but not always fall out
Full of worries yet no sorrows
Carfyl planning about future and tomorrow

Evening is not for upsetting of events
It is right setting of happy moments
Get to gether means a lot to friends
All worries and problems come to an end

Sun might have set but for us it is sunshine
No hurry for sleep and no worry to dine
To come of worries and feel very fine
This is fine moment and live life line

Wh has the time in life to spend?
Who can take care and befriend?
Who bothers about others hardships?
When one’s own life is like aground ship

It is utilization happy bursts
It is needed and must
Nothing else will come to your rescue
If you had no plan and any other clue

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 9, 2010

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