Hasmukh Amathalal

Gold Star - 413,157 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Burning Question - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal

I kept on trying to assess
Some secret facts with no aspects
What was need for all those moments?
What would have happened in absence of those movements?

Any sensible person would sit one day in corner
Make analytical study of life graph later
What was his ultimate goal and urgent need?
Was it real pursuance or simply a greed?

At best of the side, some safe side arguments may prevail
Some where I might have succeeded and some where failed
But over picture suggested that I never tracked back
As everything was calibrated well and nothing was at stake

Even thought life was mystery and burning question
I was averse to one aspect of maintaining the good relation
I might have witnessed many ups and down
But this was only possible and easy route known

Enough of wealth sometimes fails to rescue
People disregards you and differently view
Some arrogant behavior on my part might have annoyed them
I had thought of that concern but failed miserably to convey

It is reasonable to try hard and achieve the result
That speaks of strong resolve and capability inbuilt
Nothing should come on the way to dishearten you
All out approach must be made to achieve and go through

I laughed out many times as how many were left behind
They had no hint or clue as how to reach out end and find
I had out smarted all and went through the success ladder
It was given to me as nick name of best achiever and trader

I have no regret or feel ashamed of what I did in past
It was hard struggle and crusade to stay in race and last
Even animal might have reacted strong if life was in danger
I did nothing irrationally, irrelevant or out of anger

I keep on smiling on my long track record
It was gentleman’s behavior with strong words
I got what I wanted in life and prevailed
Helped family in distress and successfully bailed


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 21, 2011



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