Mailrangam Visvanathan Venkataraman

Rookie - 92 Points (28/08/1959 / Trichy, India)

Optimism Makes Enthusiasm Blossom - Poem by Mailrangam Visvanathan Venkataraman

Never feel that you cannot do
That is in fact a wrong view
Anything can be done by you
This thought only will rescue

Hope that you can surely perform
Fear will do the maximum harm
Trust and belief one must form
One must face life by being calm

In case now you fail in your goal
Must not become upset your soul
Bring your mind under control
Make it play a very useful role

In case you develop self-confidence
That is the evidence for prudence
If you possess patience and tolerance
You can arrange for victory’s occurrence

Be an optimist who will always trust
In your efforts try to be very honest
Do your level best showing interest
Success can be had via zeal and zest

Any task that appears now tough
May be overcome by adding stuff
Fate may be now cruelly rough
We must put for it solution-cuff

Never feel disappointed by defeat
Let not your efforts be incomplete
With colossal faith try to repeat
Then you can achieve a great feat

A wise man learns from his mistake
Let not losses give severe heart-ache
If properly adversities you take
Surely success you can one day make

All the losses are only temporary
It is meaningless to weep or worry
Having guts is for peace necessary
Courage is brain’s main accessory

Just forget the past and now start
Applying fully mind and heart
Time available is very short
Be smart and play your part.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 8, 2010



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