I.P. GOPIKRISHNAN PISHARODY

Rookie (25 JUNE 1980 / KOTTAKKAL)

The Nature - Poem by I.P. GOPIKRISHNAN PISHARODY

I start my walking, on sunrise
on the way, I saw the big
Black Mountain on front
I asked him 'Why you so, Hard'
he smiled and answered
'Speak from your heart,
don't cheat others.'

On my way, I saw the birds,
are so happy and bright
I asked them' What I need to be happy? '
They answered smiley
'Sing yourself so,
your mind will always fresh.'

I continued my walk
Wind listen my heart
I asked him 'What I want to do? '
He told me with his lovely touch,
'Listen to your heart and
bake to forgive everything'

Annoying to take rest
on the shade of a tall tree
I asked him' How can I do? '
He told with smile' Love yourself,
gave respect on humanity
and do work in true'

On the way, I see the beautiful
Butterflies dancing and singing
I asked them, ' How you so, happy in life? '
They answered 'Ignore what ever
gone, think where we want to go'

On my way, I saw
beautiful rocky creek,
flowing as shy lady
I asked her, 'How you can flow like this? '
She retorted, 'let yourself
be light and gay, cry when love feels'

I get to my home,
the night moon
is searing in the sky
I asked, ' How you so bright? '
He said, 'Love,
reveal your love with others'

I take my bed, on earth;
I asked to her, 'How you get this patience? '
She answered, 'Give and take
the respect in you, love the time
time means of life.'

I take my bed,
The time in my life;
walk away as of life.

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  • (6/14/2007 5:15:00 AM)

    Beautiful writing! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! i just can't stop like ur poems.... (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 14, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, March 11, 2011


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