Man’s Will - Poem by Santhosh Vijayakumar
Blew a heavy wind,
In a mountain near.
The flowers shattered,
The leaves fell,
Why even the trees shook.
But what stood still,
Is the mountain, steady.
Same is the man’s will,
If strong and steady,
Wins all winds.
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