Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
The Muse - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
Sun sees all events
All places, people, and kingdom of life
Here in this earth sun looks with pride
The greenery of woods, plants, and shrubs
The longest rivers, small streams
The murmur of earth, water, and all
Sun looks with pride and happiness
My involvement dear ones, makes all
To live with vigor and might here in this earth
I likes you all till my last rays extinct
Such a day whether it will be the final day to you
I can't tell, since I am also to surrender
Before every one bows to destiny
You says it as the death and final breath
Sun looks at the earth everywhere
Blesses all with happiness and nicety
Tells us to live till your last breath
That allowed by the birth right decided
Never indulge in self destruction dear ones
See I am ever vigilant in my own ways
I accepts nothing, but gives aplenty
I am selfless, powerful then powerless
Before the universe I am also answerable
Since I am enshrined in strict terms of nature
To provide service to all with care.
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