In This World Poem by Achilles Mauko

In This World



In this world, like sand by the ocean bed,
You will see much series of miseries, trickeries and mockeries,
Love and hate a like,
And as air is to life, accept, you are child of the universe,
Don't say life is unfair, neither say the world owe you anything,
Because prior to your conception the world was here before you,
If anything you owe it much more,

Threfore as a child of the world you got to master the law of life,
Not to live alone,
The world got many children,
Both living and non-living,
None invicible,
You are not an island,
and with all its delicacy,
Life is mutual,

Amidst the face of all these evil, try to do good,
And like a budding flower's leaf you will often fall,
But still rise,
And if the world should throw dirt on you,
Take bath and move on,

Live good among all things,
Thy sisters and brothers,
Shunning violence, arrogance, dshonesty and hatred,
They poison the heart,
Embrace respect, humility, forgiveness and love,
They are bread to the soul.

Remember in life all is same and equal,
No matter your status,
Creation and mortality is a commonality to all,

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Eindaray Kyaw 05 October 2012

I really do appreciate this work..I got a lot of idea and message from your wonderful poem thank for that Keep it up___

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