Give This Call To My Son Poem by Kumarmani Mahakul

Give This Call To My Son

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I am in market, I have called him,
Oh dear mother of my son, you hear,
Give this call to my affectionate son,
I shall ask him regarding groceries.

Now I am in confusion, I am in joy,
Between virtues and sins many swing,
I have to discusses about virtues in life,
Please give this telephonic call to him.

Like in shop we buy and give money,
Spending virtue in this Earth we buy,
Happiness we buy by action of virtue,
Action of sin gives us pain and suffering.

My son by his vision will decide more,
Life is a journey, life carries meaning,
Doing worthy righteous actions in path
Pleasing God he will serve for humanity.

Monday, March 27, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: life,lifestyle
Edward Kofi Louis 27 March 2017

Righteous actions! ! Thanks for sharing.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 05 January 2019

(4) ..............For this most beautiful and brilliant poem, this poem deserves 100/100 marks, I am sure. I have enjoyed this Classic poem about Jesus in an up-to-date background, e.g. the telephone call, the market and the groceries. I love the way you created this impressive poem. God´s Blessings in Abundance for you and your beloved épousse

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Sylvia Frances Chan 05 January 2019

(3) ..........after this contact was broken since Adam and Eve has sinned toward God in the Garden of Eden and they have been chased. God loves us so much that He sent His Only Son Jesus to free mankind from sin. After Jesus´coming to earth the broken contact is renewed. We are most grateful to God for His Love for us. Please read (4)

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Sylvia Frances Chan 05 January 2019

Continued number 2: Sans knowing the last line refers to Jesus, the Only Son of God who died for us on Golgotha, and ascended to Heaven watched and seen by His disciples and a crowd of at least 500 people from abroad who happened to be in Jerusalem at that time. The disciples felt lost and in His place He left The Holy Spirit to help us on earth. Jesus has come to us on earth so that we could have contact again after this contact

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Sylvia Frances Chan 05 January 2019

I cite your last line, indeed: Pleasing God He will serve for humanity: As unknown to anyone He will come back in the same order as when He left us on earth in Jerusalem when He was 33 years old in the year 33. Brilliant is this poem, Master Poet Kumarmani Mahakul Sir, I so admired how you create this poem in the line of today´s event.

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Akhtar Jawad 27 March 2017

We all believe Jesus will come back to beautify this dirty world. Let us hope the best.

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Kumarmani Mahakul

Kumarmani Mahakul

Gandam, Dist-Deogarh, Odisha, INDIA
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