ROCHISH MON

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Tomorrow - Poem by ROCHISH MON

Step up… step up… gazing at tomorrow
Step up… step up… towards tomorrow

Give up your wickedness
Give up your sluggishness
Give up your stupidity
Give up your immorality

Break the fetters of your own meanness
Pour out the venom of rivalries

Step up… step up… gazing at tomorrow
Step up… step up… towards tomorrow

Have the hands which can remove tears, step up…
Have the mind that is filled with gleaming thoughts, step up…
After removing the veils of deceit, step up…
After rejecting fraudulence, step up…

With true nature, step up…
With pure heart, step up…
With clear attitude, step up…
With cool aims, step up…

Step up…
Step up…

Take note of poor people
Be heedful to troubled people
Act as a genuine human-
Tender goodness to each and every one
Render magnanimity to fellow person
Evolve as a great human-

Dedicate your efforts,
Dedicate your endeavors- to this world
Convey your knowledge,
Convey your wisdom- to this land

Step up… step up… gazing at tomorrow
Step up… step up… towards tomorrow

Like a poem that is to come
Like light that is to form
Awaits, tomorrow
Get up and welcome that tomorrow
Leave out your laziness right now
Experience enthusiasm at least now

Having spirited self
You yourself
Catch your tomorrow
Catch up with tomorrow

Do remember, to you, tomorrow will definitely arrive
Do not forsake, in your tomorrow, you will have to thrive
Step up… step up… gazing at tomorrow
Step up… step up… towards tomorrow

Tomorrow comes only for you
You are here only for tomorrow.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, June 19, 2013


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