Ravinder Kumar Soni
The Endless Wait - Poem by Ravinder Kumar Soni
The days spent in wait I have eagerly counted,
They were too many to be altogether ignored;
I have also counted the many sleepless nights I had spent
Merely looking out for the destined events to unfold
While waiting for Truth to manifest itself
And translate into thoughts and things.
Verily the days and nights spent in wait
Have made me see things in the manner I wished to see but did not see.
The days were friendly enough for they readily revealed their secrets to me
But the tormenting nights treating me differently
They made me see things which were not meant to be seen.
Obvious as it really is,
Belief is vetted by trust and faith,
And by deep-felt sincerity,
But Truth, which cannot be denied,
By merely sighting believable things spread everywhere
Certainly does not manifest itself to become easily cognized
The confusion and uncertainties of deluded minds aiding
Because of which melee
I have learnt to be patient and ever watchful.
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