Kumar Kumar

More Hearts To Be Won (Mother Teresa) - Poem by Kumar Kumar

She walked like an angel on this earth,
bringing light into people seeing death,
she had an answer for every broken heart,
whether she was near or standing miles apart.

She helped all the people calling out her name,
leaving behind only happiness in the way she came,
holding hands of people who had committed sin,
she made them to realize, our lord lives withtin.

She had that magical healing touch in her hands,
that pulled out people buried beneath the sands,
she preached the only way to reach the lord above,
is to communicate with everyone, by means of love.

She gave everything, expecting nothing in back,
by doing so, she put many lives back on track,
she planted seeds of happiness in their heart,
so when they grow, happiness would never depart.

Richness is not about money, it's about our deed,
helping people in need or how many people u feed,
god keeps count of all the good things you do,
so in the end, don't regret you could do only few.

No one becomes holy by only reading the holy book,
it's when you help humanity in the ways she took,
you realize how beautiful this life really could be,
by loving one another, we could see the real we.

Mother you live in our hearts, though you are no more,
you have left your footprints on our heart, to adore,
through time, we have realized we miss you like no one,
plz come back soon, as there are 'More Hearts To Be Won'.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 3, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 5, 2011

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