Ramdas Bhandarkar

Rookie - 34 Points (Madikeri)

Who Hurts Whom? - Poem by Ramdas Bhandarkar

Hurt, is that lesson of life,
Perfect pool of Imperfects,

A kid may get hurt
Or may hurt its parents too
its parents may hurt
Or may hurt their kid too,

A brother may get hurt,
or he may hurt brothers and sisters too,
Sister gets hurt
Or she may hurt her brothers and sisters too,

Mother gets hurt or she my may hurt father too.
Father may get hurt Or may hurt mother too,

A friend gets hurt
Or may hurt his friend too!
A lover get hurts, or may hurt one's lover too,

Teacher may gets hurt
Or may hurt student too
Student gets hurt Or he may hurt his teacher too,

Life is a pool of Imperfects
And only Imperfects can perfect life,
And life is that greatest class room,
Where the greatest and perfect teacher teaches perfect lessons,

But life when teaches, we just close the chapter,
'saying it is our fate! '

Is it true that one has to hurt others to make his living?
Living a life, and make a Living aren't the differ?

People are determined to build life than live a life,
Where one may hurt others,

This the story of Buddha asking kisa Gouthami ' I will save your child, but bring handful of mustard from a home where death not entered! '

This is the story,
'I will heal your hurts, if you can bring some dust of a man's feet, whoever neither got hurt nor hurt others! '

Life a that teaches and hurt is that lesson,
Which shows the one who hurts is Imperfect than who gets hurt,
Both are still imperfect,
The one got hurt is more imperfect,
And he is the one who hurts himself,
by his desires and expectations,
He is the one who gives chance to others to hurt,
With his misunderstandings!
Hurt is the result of our own imperfection say those have seen and understood life in perfect!
God is that only perfect and he is out of life cycle,
And He can only be healer of all hurts!
Perfection can make us hurt free, but imperfection is the life,
Those who ant life let them adjust themself with imperfection of own first and with that of others,
What you say, is it perfect or imperfect? You please, decide and tell me!

Poet's Notes about The Poem

'You won't find someone
who will never hurt you.' Only if you want to feel hurt. 'Instead, find someone
who is worth the pain.' Same answer :)
If you suffer, it only depends
on you, your attachments,
your jalousy, your

My friend,
Mr.Steven Steensels comment on Mr.Shahid Nasir's post on Facebook.
And this poem

In truth everything and everyone
Is a shadow of the Beloved,
And our seeking is His seeking
And our words are His words...
We search for Him here and
there, while looking right at Him.
Sitting by His side, we ask:
'O Beloved, where is the
Beloved? '


Comments about Who Hurts Whom? by Ramdas Bhandarkar

  • Lasoaphia Quxazs (5/31/2012 9:16:00 AM)

    You are right. Anyway those people get hurt who have the big ego, because a humble man will see his own short comings. Only the ego can be hurt. Buddha, and the others all teach to be humble, but when someone purposely do not want to hurt the other when the other should know that something is not right, that I call is the goody-goody hypocrat Some of the religions teach to be good to others, but not when they do not deserve it.

    If someone tells me something I do not like, I look into myself first and I do not blame anybody, but try to understand myself and how can I help on myself.
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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 25, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 26, 2012

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