Enlightenment Poem by blessing nanier

Enlightenment



Who thinks he knows all, let me slap his jaw.
Who thinks his above all, let me remove his skull..

Such thoughts should be seen as out of reason.
But we are human, so our wrongs should be forgiven.
Though hard it may seem;
For it may be hard but not impossible.

Just like a burning bush may burn, but comes back.
Or a mother may cry from labor, but still gives birth.
A child may fall, but still climbs back up.
So nothing is truely impossible, when effort and determination is brought forth.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Dr Rajesh Kumar Vaid 27 November 2008

Well said, this is all life is about.

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