No Laments Poem by Brajendra Nath Mishra

No Laments



No laments if you don't get anything from anyone.
Take it easy on your way, whatever you get from anyone,

You share and spread your smiles,
If possible, walk, run 'n hide the tears.

Remember for lifetime what you take from others,
Forget all what you could give to others.

Could you give something, it is His gift to you,
Spread the serene, distribute the gifts to all.

The layers of life are writing some songs,
Keep singing them in your journey to eternity.

Passionate ragas of life are emerging,
Life is a festival, celebrate it on the run.

Meeting separating, separating and rejoining,
Forget it in continuation of the journey, simply walk'n run

Mist is getting ripped dawn, darkness disappearing,
It is onset of new dawn on the horizon.

No laments if you don't get anything from anyone.
Take on easy on your way whatever you get from anyone,

POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
This poem is an english translation of my Hindi poem' Leta chala chal'.
The rhythm may be missing but I have tried to keep the inherent meaning intact.
The poem was written in 1998 when I met an accident and my right arm's ligaments got ruptured.
I had to go for painful physiotherapy for two months for two to three hours everyday. After that I could be able to lift my arms.
It is reposing faith in life's continuity among all odds.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Gajanan Mishra 12 January 2014

very fine, we should be self-satisfied, I like it.

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