bhavin palan

A Taste Of Me

See me in the eyes of those who help you without a reason,
Who have no time for themself but have a few seconds for you.
Even though we don't know why we have it.

See me in the eyes of ones who look lost,
but are alert to hear your cry.
Even though we don't know why you screamed and I happened to hear it.

See me in the eyes of people who ask stupid questions,
In whose eyes you missed to see the earnestness to know the answer you
know.
Even though we don't know why only some people know things we all ought
to
know.

See me in the eyes of the ones responsible for your loss,
So that you can have something better tomorrow.
Even though we don't know why I act strange sometimes and you have it.

See me in the eyes of the ones who pain you everyday,
So that there are no tears left in your eyes when you need to be
strong.
Even though we don't know why we are so brutal at times.

See me in the eyes of the ones who are masters of calumny,
So that you are alert all your life.
Even though we don't why we sometimes hate people without reason.

See me in the eyes of the ones who love you,
Who are no saints themselves but love you like no one else.
Even though we don't why some people do so.

See me in the eyes of those who lust for your body,
Like there is no one left in the planet.
Even though we don't know why we do that.

See me in the eyes of those who can take over the world,
But cannot stand a single dropp of tear.
Even though we don't know why we are so fragile and still fight.

A positive attitude takes care of all miseries in life, and it starts
with
a smile.

Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 14, 2007
Poem Edited: Monday, February 14, 2011

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