Hasmukh Amathalal

Gold Star - 421,198 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Touch And Go - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal

It is touch and go calculation
Fine existence with relation
At one moment you in find world
Next moment you are no more and tuned cold

Life is another name for continuity
Calm and quite with stability
Peace with every movement
To feel at home at any moment

But not peace as dead silence
Where something miss in its presence
You must rise with something to perform
Make them realize and purposefully inform

Like the stream I must grow
Make a way and naturally go
To be merged with into river
With resolve to fall back never

What a joy when I mix with blue water!
So much happiness to absorb and cater
Many wonders in river belly
Fishes, crocodiles and species many

Sun rays may reach with half way
Yet so much of joy with nothing to give away
The flow may be continuous as it was before
I have tremendous joy and happiness therefore

This is insignificant way but rally a big one
Such joy is never shared with any one
Like virgin girl I hurriedly rush to the sea
Ageless mystery to vanish as I feel free

Wind may blow and grant me speed
I shall thank for help as I usually need
Journey is on with eagerness to end
Miles I have covered to meet the friend

I shall be out of control as my waters may greet
How much joy and happiness when I meet?
Both flows may merge into one with separate entity
Now I am little big with formidable quality

Any female may want final union
To face the challenge with true companion
This is what the philosophy of life insists?
Many theoreticians may use the thesis

It is nice to fill the gap
As opportunities are meant to be grabbed
When it is fulfilled and over
No one may need to fear for cover


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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 23, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, December 23, 2011


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