Tirupathi Chandrupatla


A World Of Success - Poem by Tirupathi Chandrupatla

Before I was born
I did not know
That a world
Like this existed.

As a child
It was all play
Others thought
I was the world.

Growing up
I learned things
One after the other
More events followed.

Things got complex
Success meant defeat
For the other, logical
But simply unfair.

I keep thinking
To find ways
Where all can
Succeed same time.

Let this thought
Lead to a world
Where peace dwells
And success sprouts.

Topic(s) of this poem: peace


Comments about A World Of Success by Tirupathi Chandrupatla

  • Kumarmani Mahakul (10/28/2015 1:13:00 AM)


    Let this thought
    Lead to a world
    Where peace dwells
    And success sprouts. - - - positive thought nicely depicted. Beautiful poem.- - -10
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  • Valsa George (10/27/2015 11:51:00 PM)


    'Every one should succeed'......! To wish like that and work for it is the greatest thing any man can do in a life time! Each man's mission in life should be this! If so the world will be different! Great thoughts! (Report) Reply

  • (10/27/2015 12:57:00 PM)


    Hi.
    Very positive thoughts. And yes it is possible.
    As we didn't know this world when we were not born. So with my birth, I had this world's birth too.
    Similarly life is like the same place as you wished for the holy peoples. As Buddha, or Christ or Muhammad or...
    Because they all knew the meaning of so called one sided success.
    Peace
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  • (10/27/2015 12:08:00 PM)


    Sincere endeavors to achieve something not on the cost of others may create a win-win situation. Off course narrow mindedness of even one player may create lot of hurdles in it. Even then let us hope that people will strive for it to establish peace, harmony and universal brotherhood. Thanks for sharing.10 points. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 27, 2015



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