anees akbar

Rookie (6/12 / india)

Replace Tears By Cheers - Poem by anees akbar

I look into the baby’s eyes
Which are glistening like ice
Though the sparkle is nice
It needs mother’s love-device

Bulls’ eyes always have tears
No cow, no calf and no cheers
All my tears my mother clears
Perennial tears, if she disappears

The beggar’s child cries in hunger
It could not bear hunger longer
To bear hunger it is not stronger
Weeps not man the power-monger

A child’s fear for injection
Results in tears’ ejection
It can offer only objection
But it cannot exercise rejection

Joy or sorrow, tears may form
They may calm or create a storm
Everything happens as per God’s norm
Let us pray to solve every harm

Tears, to try, will induce
Determination, it will produce
Love to be idle, it will reduce
They are of immense use

When mind and heart are heated
Tears are automatically created
Through eyes they are eliminated
A soul’s position is clearly stated

Tears also we badly in life need
A matured life they help us lead
To wipe off tears let us plead
To our requests, may God heed

Tears are in God’s laws compulsory
Reasons for tears may widely vary
Finding out the reasons is necessary
As watery eyes have a background story.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 25, 2010



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