venkata lakshmi narasimharao

Rookie - 113 Points (04-03-1961 / MUMMIDIVARAM)

The Sun And The Moon - Poem by venkata lakshmi narasimharao

The clouds can’t stop the glory of the rising sun
Nor can the earth hide the shining moon
If you want to throw up clay or mud
It will surely fall on your head

Nobody can tarnish the image of a noble man
A foolish dog may bark at a holy man
An idiot woman living in a glass house
Can’t throw stones at a passing man

Our life is not like traveling in a bullet proof van
The greatness of a man lies in respecting woman
Man is not woman’s rival but her true companion
The earth should revolve round the sun

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 11, 2010

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