Ram Josyula

Effortless Equilibrium - Poem by Ram Josyula

Every morning in this world, a dim-wit fool wakes up,
He opens his mouth only to replace whichever foot is in there,
Every morning in this world, a bright scientist wakes up too,
He furthers his work on building smarter systems for a smarter planet...

Every night in this world, a cunning thief stalks the dark,
He improvises on better techniques to rob efficiently and effectively,
Every night in this world, a brave policeman patrols the streets too,
He shows up night after night diligently because crime takes no holiday...

Into the melting pot called our world, every one blends in seamlessly,
The design and script of this universe holds them all in an effortless equilibrium,
Shakespeare once said all the world’s a stage; and all the men and women merely players,
Where then are the audience sitting? I wondered innocuously when I had read his works,
Actor or spectator - I now understand doesn’t matter; the ultimate truth is that the world is because we are...

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 12, 2010

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