Akash Agrawal

In The Office Of Almighty

I comprehend this world as an Office,
Where we the people are employee.
Here, the working hour begins
With the sprouting of new seedlings.
No other, here, can be the Boss
But the Eternal Cross.
The Project File
Is only the divine aim of LIFE.
The perfect success of the Project
The perfect end of one's Life's chapter is the effect.

A Person's whole Life stay
Indicates a Working Day.
On a Working Day, the Working Duration,
Accounts to one Life Span.
The sooner one finishes the task
Sooner is summoned by the Eternal Mask.
(**Eternal Mask is said to God b'coz for everyone the structure of God is different. In other words, God is wearing a mask of his appearance which changes for every individual.)
The one who overtimes
Is the punishment of his crimes.
(**The above two sentences imply towards an old man who has been unable to complete the task at proper time so he has not been called by Almighty. It is said that old age is so painful that it is the punishment of the wrong deeds done in his life, 'As you sow, You reap'.)
The one who takes leave from the office and places the responsibilities aside
Signifies people performing suicide.
(**The above two sentences now imply towards such a man who is unwilling to live on earth and accomplish the given task by Almighty in the same way as a lazy peraon takes leave from the Office not completing the task. So the former performs suicide to get rid of such divine tasks.)

From this point of view, I look this Universe,
Which I have conversed with you, in Verse.

NOTE: - The sentences followed by ** asterisk marks are not the part of the poem. They are just wriiten to explain the deep meaning of the lines.

Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 6, 2009
Poem Edited: Monday, June 8, 2009

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  • Priyanka Agrawalla (6/6/2009 11:09:00 AM)

    beautifully set and written :)

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  • Joseph Poewhit (6/6/2009 9:39:00 AM)

    Words paint some picture

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