Rookie - 444 Points (MAY 24,1996 / PICHHABANI)

The Familiar - Poem by RADHASHYAM JANA

When became birth
Relation became start!
Mind after death
All became secret!
Events little little,
Sometimes is pain.
Concept little little,
Depends all brain!
Roads of the earth
Continue always.
This life chariot,
Occurs acquaintance.
Suddenly visits
Drawing in minds!
Only sketch line
Speak serpentine.
Sing sometime
Poem in mind
Sometime hidden
Love transaction.
Familiar first
Do someone act?
Win and defeat
Depends on meet.
With man, public
Roads of life traffic
Populations everywhere
Occurs event familiar!
Some memory; some speech
As usual as exchange
Methods of human
Familiar of fun.
As speak in minds
Familiar in define
A little smile, pain
The blood of human!
See to man first
Drawing in mind just
Keep talk, give pledge
The life's branches.
The love of this life
Expect of relation five
So language of human
See feel, say, smile, pain!
Street walk of a few days
Only come to smile plays
Share speak of minds
Weak ago death end.
Prose and poem
All is rhythm
Bad and fine
Enjoy of human
Within of us
Dream of campus.
Imagine clear
Have familiar.
Life of all reality
Occurs in humanity.
Bring all relation
Mirror of population.
Relation in some tell
Love to whole
Dream and hopes our
Guide to amour!
Mirror of familiar
Event is everything!
All talk is share
A relation making.
Lets go to ally
Forget to enemy
Lets go to winner
Don't more fear.
Roads walks a talk
A rose to hand
Little little dialogue
A love lament.
The green in forests
The sky of earth
The life of birds
Liberate must.
Say blossom flowers
Come butterfly
Become familiar
By exchange honey.
This universe
One by one!
Be familiars
Complemently done!
Win of global
Not with moon
Familiar of all
Always with sun.
Free to tie
Not more cry!
A free love!
Like a dove!
Radhashyam Jana from Pichhaboni, Contai, East Midnapur, West Bengal, India..

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