On Jealousy - Poem by Nasarudheen.P. Parameswaran
Red ember covered with ash is jealousy
Failure as every blow of wind glows that.
And flames of anger grew up in hearts icy
I see catastrophic acts and smoke in that.
Every religion teaches us to keep restrain
Refrain and abstain from vices to avoid sore.
We will be in peaceful state with out strain.
But who follows them in devilish cruel gore.
Good and evil as light and shadow from brain
Guide or misguide in dim twilight worldly life
Devotees say them as the test - the God's rain
Scientist tell them as psychic aberrations' strife.
One thing I'm convinced; actions bear fruit
As the jealous, angry or virtuous actions root.
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