One And Only - Poem by Ashoka Harichandan
Though others speak of my freedom
Which I may have earned by existing
Much longer than you but the wisdom
You show in your fury is more abiding!
Though others show concern about me
They wish to help so that I go on living
I live by your words alone, sets me free
To soar high above, beyond this living!
Though others hear me when I speak
In a loud voice or soft in a tongue wise
Your deaf ears to my words only speak
To me, of your intentions that are wise!
When others see me as being helpless
They come to help me, to hold my hand
It is rather your hand I will hold, selfless
That you are, near or in a faraway land!
When others unhappily smell foulplay
They feel your intention is conflicting
With your action dealing with me say
Silently will I hear, not condradicting!
It is you and your love alone that is true
Beyond the boundaries of life and death
Noble one there's no need to defend you
I would rather be with you in life or death!
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