Hasmukh Amathalal

Gold Star - 398,227 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Future Course - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal

We never thought of future course
We had some ideas of course
She was outspoken and straight
She never believed in luck or fate

I was over influenced and stayed with her
She was smart enough to woo and create terror
She will frighten to leave me alone but cool down easily
As it was her nature to be flown in course readily

It was meeting point between us and continued
She was equivalent in all the respect and never got subdued
She will prove her point and leave open some space
I would agree to her for everything as I was never in race

It is human nature to find suitable partner
As it is likely to happen sooner or alter
One wants companion in all the time to come
Ready to share everything with open arms to welcome

She is not unkind at all but with mild aggression
Put all question straight and ask for confession
I would not resist her attempt and reply to full satisfaction
She will then burst into big smile and give its indication

I was offering prayers to almighty for this mission
I had made enough of mistakes but made sincere confession too
I felt that her entry was direct outcome of blessings
She had also made it clear that nothing will go as missing

I have consented to her wishes and fall in line
I am of the firm opinion that it is all divine
The union of two people is decided by sacred power
Many may realize it in later life and experienced by fewer

"I will not hesitate to leave you" she will bombard
I shall still shake head in disbelief and look forward
To ascertain whether she was cutting joke or serious
Later on I may find that she was impatient and jealous

I am much confident of myself and finally assert
She has to fall in line with me and can never think to desert
I am her only choice and she knows it for sure
I take her hand, tap it gently and doubly assure


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 19, 2012



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