Hans Raj Sharma


The Divine Times - Poem by Hans Raj Sharma

Longing for innocence and simplicity
Simplicity of the divine times-
Living, the tale of love and hate
Humanity needs to work together
To thrive trending co-working spaces
Getting social through youthful energy.

Longing for innocence and simplicity
Simplicity of the divine times-
The dreams remain dreams
If not realized its worth value, of it
Living one's dreams:
The childhood dreams
The dreams of youths
And old age dreams.

Longing for innocence and simplicity
Simplicity of the divine times-
Awfully, you may take human beings
Out of humanity
But, you can't take the humanity away
Away, out of human beings-
Over the meals of soul and conscience
The simple food well cooked for-
Taking, to get back human beings home.

Longing for innocence and simplicity
Simplicity of the divine times-
No teacher can be there for you to teach
You being in love with, your own being
Means to be with the being itself
Going, carelessly but carefully-
A degree at studies achieved casually.

Battle begins with shades
Shades mixed lighter and dark
With an exemplary work for a culture
Breaking the laws in frustration against
When, justice is wrong, scary and risky
Longing for innocence and simplicity
Simplicity of the divine times.
-Copyright © hrsharma ®2018
Ludhiana, Punjab, India.

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Longing for innocence and simplicity
Simplicity of the divine times-
Living, the tale of love and hate
Humanity needs to work together
To thrive trending co-working spaces
Getting social through youthful energy.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 20, 2018



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