Gunde Narsing Rao

Rookie - 54 Points (31 Jan 1976 / Hyderabad)

If There Is Mind...There Is Way! - Poem by Gunde Narsing Rao

When doubts arise; belligerent ignorance prevails,
Answers stare there; but adolescent mind trails,
A ray of hope arise behind any gloomy inhibition;
Guiding us for times realise that glory Enlighten,
Mind never to be learned by for a successful reap;
Which is always only a step back for a great leap,
Any lasting endeavour require some effort to muse;
As scary thwart come across while plucking a rose,
Until irrational discard rules over life distasteful;
'Mind' never concedes to utter; My Life is Beautiful,
Discard ruthless inhibitions long instilled on behalf,
Pave a way of your own destined by yourself…for yourself.

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Topic(s) of this poem: mind

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Often when times dominates our perceptions that to compelling us to bow our head to its scrupulous mind game, it may be desperate wade through tearful streams until it sunk within for another time. such turbulent times always not just gloomy an episode in our life yet be a true master to teach us a lesson what not to do. Everyone may not solace before you swipe your tears when no body is around except you. But, I see troubles, even, they were not invitable, yet if could able to manage through positive outlook without any remorse or regret can be transformed into a step for future successful goal. This anyway presume not just priceless consoles, but, an inspirable and determined courage to face and receive difficulties with a smile that seeks consistent effort with focused outlook. Its just a poetic expression in this regard.

G.Narsing Rao
Department of Film Studies
The English and Foreign Languages University

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 11, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 30, 2014

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