Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,

Gold Star - 17,237 Points (14-2-1957 / Tamilnadu, India)

No One… But - Poem by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,

No one wants to cry
But none can laugh truly either,
The way things are or are likely to be!
No one wants to die
But none can live with woes either,
The way things are or are likely to be!

No one wants to hate
But none can love from heart either,
The way things are or are likely to be!
No one wants to scold
But none can praise others either,
The way things are or are likely to be!

No one wants to lazy be
But none can slog for long either,
The way things are or are likely to be!
No one wants to find faults
But none can be inert either,
The way things are or are likely to be!

No one wants to be dumb
But none can speak out heart either,
The way things are or are likely to be!
No one wants to hurt
But none can avoid offending either,
The way things are or are likely to be!

No one wants to be rude
But none can adjust either,
The way things are or are likely to be!
No one wants to relive bad pasts
But none can forget either,
The way things are or are likely to be!

No one wants to steal
But none can be honest either,
The way things are or are likely to be!
No one wants to lie
But none can speak just truths always either,
The way things are or are likely to be!

No one wants to kill
But none can avoid abortions at times either,
The way things are or are likely to be!
No one wants to commit crimes
But none can be righteous always either,
The way things are or are likely to be!

No one wants to sin
But none can be perfect either,
The way things are or are likely to be!
No one wants to be unfair
But none can be just always either,
The way things are or are likely to be!

Copyright by Dr John Celes 3-2-2013


Poet's Notes about The Poem

In an imperfect world, to err is human!

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 3, 2013



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