Hasmukh Amathalal

Gold Star - 701,052 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Strongly Built Relation - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal

I have put profile picture for identification
Any one can see it as proof or verification
Some image is built in the minds of reader
As you daily you reach to them

It is neatly woven and strongly built relation
You are directly linked and have absolutely no isolation
You get return impetus with useful suggestions
Each idea is subjected to and put to questions

The face reveals the exact personality
It is reflection of strong resolve and ability
The eyes are so forceful in appearance
It has got complete look with lots of balance

Some of the faces look very hard
As if they have urgent need to look forward
Yes, we are left with pure imagination
It may puzzle us more if find no clue or indication

Some of the short versions are now on display
It may b nice and effective means to convey
Yet some of the contents need light explanation
As human psychology needs some loose relation?

Some of faces come straight away in our memory
We may be sure of its contents with no such worry
The effect mode of conveyance may be effectively used
The reader may have clear ideas and not remain confused

Many faces are not forgotten even after decades
Their contribution has remained in achieve and did not fade
We remember their face as and when names are spoken
We pay tribute tot heir contribution and pay the gesture as token

Many people have found me as handsome figure
Some have put it to me as an appeal for shot sure
I take solace in their different interpretation
As it has strengthened and the close relation

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 14, 2011

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