Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
Remembering The Past. - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
Remember the ways our forefathers walked
The clear ways have its own footprints
The cleared jungles, smooth ways there
The cleared thorny bushes, and little trees
That made obstacles in the way of journey
We knew they walked in barefoot and own support
Nothing they feared, but feared the supreme
Which they believed will save them from danger
Their spirit of journey a lesson to guide
Remember the footprints, even if we changes it
To make it comfortable for our own movement
The changed scenarios every where visible
Still the over worn stones are comfortable
In a pedestrian walk and thoughtful ways
Remember, all the better things of the past
And regain the friendship they made in centuries.
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