Bashyam Narayanan


Solve Problems With Your Creative Cue - Poem by Bashyam Narayanan

Problems, no issue
Solve them with your creative cue
Reach heights which others did not pursue

You are born only to win
If not realized, it is a great sin
It is a fact, not just a design
To make you work hard and take pain

The creativity in you should be awakened
Otherwise, the already tired you further weakened
Realize the strengths in you, your focus sharpened
You can go quite a far, so stay determined

Do not just depend on your abilities,
Fine-tune your approach to opportunities
A lot of them waiting, not they are difficulties
But steps to success and crowns to your dependabilities

Keep an open mind to the problems you face
They are to be understood deep, not just the surface
Collect opinions of others and ensure gainful interface
All problems have solutions; it is what you will phrase

Always nurse in you a desire to excel
Enthuse others too to get into this cell
So that all collectively purposefully marshal
To achieve beyond universal and goals very special

Enter not into an argument, but in discussion
As we are here only to share a vision
Not to prove a point should be our mission
All points, we all know, deserve admission

Decisions are ways to realize a collective dream
They should be clear and transparent like a stream
Every thing smooth, following a natural theme
Without hurting, you are sure to win the cream

Shake up the creative abilities in you
A lot hidden and so far did not come up to view
Redefine problems with your creativity giving a lot cue
Solve them and reach heights, which others did not pursue

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Comments about Solve Problems With Your Creative Cue by Bashyam Narayanan

  • (4/28/2010 7:54:00 AM)


    very nice and positive poem. a nice composition too. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 28, 2010



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