Pratheek Praveen Kumar in Calm Reflections
Arrogance - Poem by Pratheek Praveen Kumar in Calm Reflections
The destroyer of many minds,
Which one still finds,
In many of the legions of broken people,
Who think the seas of the world for them ripple.
Something that has been on Earth for long,
Written about in essay and song,
Examples of such people litter history,
Disdain of such people do we see.
A disease, a malady not to be removed,
Which the carcass of many has sewed,
And which one sees many examples of,
To laugh at and scoff.
One sees them at all levels,
Enraptured in their joy and revels,
Who think that the Sun revolves for them alone,
And do not care for what they have done.
To see them is to flee,
For it is better to be,
Alone than with such people,
For such association does one cripple.
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