Hasmukh Amathalal

Gold Star - 384,598 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

We Won'T - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal

We won’t follow you as your ideas are obsolete
There will be set back and rout will be complete
We will not admire and prefer it to delete
They are outdated and totally incomplete

It will not lead to result or any success
Rudderless direction and nothing to access
No bearing on present day development
Sophistication in thinking and in equipment

We can’t look back centuries old
Country might have been fertile and full of gold
Things in abundance and plenty of things openly sold
It is only tale in books as stories are told

Some disgruntled young men may continue to think
Ponder over issues and curelessly blink
No courage to face the task and simply sink
Pale faces with no sign of cheeks rose pink

It is sign of weakness and needs to be changed
With fewer efforts they want it to be arranged
There is no clash of old class or new thoughts
Neither it is war of attrition nor fruitlessly fought

Life must move on with continuous improvement
Structural changes with new ideas and movements
It is how we mix old and coupled with the new
Vigorous efforts to have constant changes and renew

There is no clash of views or war of attrition
There is not going to be a spark with ignition
It will definitely lead to some lacuna or deficiency
Something may be missing imperfect efficiency

Some threads from old coupled with new ideas
Will lead to perfection even if some drawback was
No one should term old as altogether as discard
Even new will need some shine to get a reward

Well, it is not old, new or outdated
It is how one evinces interest and remains updated
Utilization of old with new technique may create wonder
It may have to be seen how others see and ponder

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  • (7/17/2010 7:39:00 AM)


    We won’t follow you as your ideas are obsolete, , , no blind follow up....10 (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 16, 2009



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