Wonder And Wonder - Poem by Kumarmani Mahakul
In eventide stars appear uncountable,
All twinkle brightly above sky attractable.
Moonlit gives pleasure to every heart,
People have their high tea with smart.
How many stars are there above sky?
Nobody can say though mentally high.
Even scientists fail to calculate,
‘Uncountable’ they say without late.
Have you ever seen a sea?
Thank to God we must plea.
Water, water, waves and water,
You can’t imagine silent is better.
Have a wander to mountain, hill,
Dense forest wild animals fill.
Serpentine rivers and murmur rills,
These are wonderful with jumping drills.
People, people billions of people,
Differ in figure, size in ample.
Unknown to us when lives do cease,
We feel agony sometimes, peace.
Wonder, wonder everything is wonder,
God can say, It is not our under.
Creation is his, he is the creator,
You can imagine he is our mentor.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
High tea – evening meal of tea and cooked food
Drill – small furrow
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