Life Isn't Very Long Poem by J Sheba Anandhi

Life Isn't Very Long

Rating: 4.4

Get along, sing along,
To waste life isn't very long,
Gather here, merry mere
To make your dear folks cheer,
In the meantime do some work
So your time to come wouldn't lurk.

Friday, January 1, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: life,song,time
Terry Craddock 01 January 2016

'In the meantime do some work' life is often the balance of a lot of work and far less pleasure, which makes the choice of pleasure more critical

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M Asim Nehal 01 January 2016

Nice poem....10+++++++I liked it

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Howard Savage 16 January 2016

This is a very short poem, but a profound one.

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Dr Antony Theodore 16 April 2019

Do not waste life and time. sing, and dance and be merry. Give love to everyone. Work hard. great advice .. thank you dear poetess. tony

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Oratile Diratsagae 09 May 2018

So short but i found say you are nice with words....10+++ you know how to connect with us. I think you are taking poetry to the next level. I enjoy reading your work. I thank you. Much love. Sometimes our gifts as poets are to connect with people and u did exactly that. God bless you. Let me go quickly to the rating area to give you 10

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Chinedu Dike 10 February 2018

Witty reflection on life beautifully embellished in poetic rhyme and rhythm. Focussed and factual. Thanks for sharing Sheba.

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Abhimanyu Kumar.s 19 November 2017

Short and precise one.

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Terry Craddock 22 January 2016

Life Work Pleasure Balance Mixes life is often the balance of a lot of work and far less pleasure which makes the choice of selected pleasure entertaining more critical Copyright © Terence George Craddock Inspired by the poem 'Life Isn't Very Long' by the poet J Sheba Anandhi. Dedicated to the poet J Sheba Anandhi.

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