Dr.Balnarayana Bandam

Gold Star - 7,382 Points (10th August 1946 / Uppununthala/Achampet/tq/india)

Summer Lift - Poem by Dr.Balnarayana Bandam

It was noon in mid summer
Alone was riding on sports motorbike
To a place of UNknown destiny in the downtown
The sunrays were bright and bold
With hellish weather and hot torturing air
No vehicle moving no persons passing
At last hath found a figure walking the road alone
With slovenly cloth, loathsome to find
Longbeard sunken eyes barefooted but well built
Of heart hurt, mind melt to feel thy is sweating too
Drew near and applied break and offered lift
The person mocked and evinced nope
Have incited and made him admit offer
Happily drew close to the back, meant with the thought of Monsieur
Have come to know he too opt place same as mine
His felt happy mind cooled at bike start
With destination point as we at ride he said
Bike good; though are great hats up
With speed, bike covered the major distance
Before could cover the rest bike stopped with a squeak
Dropped down the bike and searched for defect
Couldn't find the fault, and have to go ahead to reach
Started self-pulling the vehicle, in weather sunny
In a short time, sweat started pouring out
Dress wet and unbearable is the body to pull
The person took the bike and started to pull

In the span of half an hour, we both got to spot
As he was of muscular and full of strength
Ensure his distress neither in the body nor on face
Gave thanks to the person offering a cool drink, thus parted
However, for few minutes ride, stressed a lot
It is a true story with a moral and teaches
With helping, others certain we do get returns

Topic(s) of this poem: natural law

Form: Epic


Poet's Notes about The Poem

this is a event of summer lift and duel benifit

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 3, 2018



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