Do Not Be Serious Poem by Kumarmani Mahakul

Do Not Be Serious

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Don't be serious
Every thing comes and goes,
In span of time
A tiny cell gradually grows.

Whatever the grief may be
It must vanish a day,
Whatever the darkness of night
It must mingle in morning-bay.

Don't be serious
A fine floor catches moss,
Time comes, beauty, vigour
A body has to loss.

Don't be serious
Avoid your fussy and fuss,
Pray to God and respect
Him, he is the boss.

You will get peace
Bliss and also vim,
Don't be serious
God is good, you should always deem.

Monday, November 24, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: spirituality
People many times seem to be serious. So poet in this regard says that they should not be serious. Everything comes and goes. A little cell of life grows gradually. The grief in our life must be passed away. Whatever the darkness of the night is, it must mingle with the bay of morning. That means it must be morning.
Moss grows in fine floor. Time comes, beauty and vigour diminishes. Body becomes old. We should not be serious and we should avoid unnecessary excitement. We should pray to God and respect him. He is the boss means employer. We should consider that God is good and he does bless us. We will get peace, bliss and vim through him, so we shouldn't be serious. This is the theme of the poem and is written in Deogarh, Odisha, India on this day of 23rd November,2014. It is dedicated to the people of the world.
Serious - thoughtful, Morning- bay - morning is like bay, Moss - a small flowerless plant that forms a dense growth on moist surfaces, Vigour - active physical strength, Fussy - inclined to fuss, Fuss - unnecessary excitement, Boss - employer or manager, Vim - vigour, Deem - regard/consider
Noreen Carden 03 December 2014

Very wise advice wrapped up in a lovely poem. Beautifully written well done

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Lyn Paul 03 December 2014

Thank you for your Poet Notes and I too Love your words of wisdom.......Wonderful Words! I thank you for your positive energy.

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Heather Wilkins 02 December 2014

everything comes and goes in life just like day and night so true and so well stated

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Aftab Alam Khursheed 30 November 2014

Whenever I read Hon. poet Kumarmani Mahakul I feel energetic and internal mugic is so strong- hope hope and hope I think as i feel all must be feeling thank you sir

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Valsa George 27 November 2014

Ups and downs are part of life! But we have to take life light! Too much of anxiety is not going to solve problems, but will only make the situation worse! So learn to face things calmly! Trust in God will help us solve our problems! Very inspiring thoughts!

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Mahtab Bangalee 04 November 2018

do not be serious, take everything easily and tactfully //// nice poem

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Indira Renganathan 20 November 2017

When one says to oneself the great saying let this too shall pass for every sorrow or happiness it gives much relief to him or her with the smooth flow of time...your poem is a good advice about that...thanks a lot Kumar

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Akhtar Jawad 25 August 2015

A king once asked his minister give me few words to be encrypted on my ring, such that when I am happy it may make me sad and if I am sad it may make me happy. The minister gave a phrase- - this time will also pass....10

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Josey Alfred 23 April 2015

Yes sir Mani, In this world noting is perfect, nor permanent. In such a world every thing will pass, and it is wise to lead a normal life, take the things in its stride. If we take things seriously, we can but get hurt ourselves waste a part of our life. So to solve a situation, do what is possible in your capacity and leave the rest to God, who takes care of all things for every body. Leave it unto him what is beyond your control in a right way. Your efforts to teach the children good ways and fear of God is a very noble. May God give you the strength and bless your efforts. With best wishes. Nosey Alfred

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Elena Sandu 06 December 2014

Before reading to the end, I thought to be about asking us not to worry much about the cell of a sickness growing into ones body, noding inside myself: yes the more we worry the more it may grow. Haha. Your note taught me how different can be perceived every single thing. Good reading, need to confess that I love this poem even more now and I am out to get rid of seriousness: time for play!

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Kumarmani Mahakul

Kumarmani Mahakul

Gandam, Dist-Deogarh, Odisha, INDIA
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