Hasmukh Amathalal

Gold Star - 507,693 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Love Has No Edge - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal

Love is not any kind of edged weapon
It is simple yet very reliable coupon
No one may deny its impact
We can ignore but ultimately have to act

There is no space for oppression
Neither any room for suppression
Nor any room for omission
It is clearly evident on admission

It may liberate human beings from bondage
So called hatred carried on for ages
What love can’t do in time to come?
Happiness for all and always welcome

No one can break love chains
You need not go for any classes to train
It will emanate from within
It is not only felt but seen too

If birds and animals can do why not us
Why not we ignore something and trust?
Who compels us to adopt hard way?
It will only push us to go away

Love can change hard core criminals
It can show positive result with spring’s arrival
What else we need in this changing scenario?
Why not shed differences and allow it to go?

I may see good reason behind it
There may be little hope even if it is dimly lit
One should remain hopeful of coming days
There is always possibility of many good ways

No war is won over by hatred
It can never believe us to lead
The course and action can be well read
Without love we are simply dead

Let us pray more for true concern
Tomorrow it may be our turn
We may have no time to flee or run
As the time may train its gun

Bring so called vengeance to its knee
Take stock of the situation and feel free
Spread what you think is proper
Don’t spread lies or simply murmur

Love has its own criteria
It has powerful core and inertia
It can confine anything within
We must have clear foresight to win

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 25, 2011


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