Dr. Tulsi Hanumanthu
Marvellous Man - Poem by Dr. Tulsi Hanumanthu
Marvellous Man (A Rondeau in Pentametre)
O Marv'llous man, what else can equal you
In brawn of brain? The wondrous things you do
in countless fields, can they ever be done
By even the super-stars, the moon or sun?
You 'came', you 'saw', you almost 'conquered' too,
Animate / inanimae things that met your view.
Inventions you have made are not few!
Nature's puppet-show too, don't you run,
O marv'llous man?
Indeed, the best of laurels are your due
For all your great achievements. I wish I knew
How best to thank you. But let me ask just one
Single question; and then I will have done:
'When, if ever, will a 'human' evolve from you,
O marv'llous 'man'? '
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