Inspirational Quatrains.6. On Being Humane - Poem by Valsa George
Utter words of warmth to all you meet
If not possible, give a pleasing smile!
Every one can offer it absolutely free of cost
Sure it will leave the world less hostile.
Lend your ears to what others have to say
Having none to share is the greatest bane
When you listen, their frustration you allay
And rid them of all their unvoiced pain
Visit someone who is left desolate and lonely
Your presence will relieve them of their pain
Such a gesture will be counted as godly
It will give them a joy, they can hardly feign
Try always to sow the seeds of cheer
And make everyone happy around
To the needy, some little help volunteer
And feel for those in sorrow drowned
When we strive to take others’ cares away
No doubt, the purpose of our life fulfills
And peace and joy in our lives come to stay
For love is the panacea to all human ills
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Wish you all a HAPPY ONAM!
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