Youth Today Poem by Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal

Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal

Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India

Youth Today

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Youth of today act in haste
They rise to the occasion very late
They know each and everything
Yet some quickness is needed for right kind of things

What is course open to us?
Start advising with caution and course
Or point out flaws with least concern
In any case both may witness ugly turn

It is not the question of single family
In family it can be tackled easily
Question is how to use youth readily
Come in terms and join the hands steadily

Any country may ill afford
That country fails to move forward
Youth may not pardon the old generation
Blame for their future with lots of questions

It is not question for making right decisions
There is no time to raise simple objections
There must be some room for acceptance and rejection
Most of all there should be ample opportunity for strong actions

How energy can be harness for peaceful purpose?
Same way youth can be directed for progressive use
Not by putting them to adverse exposure
But make them to believe in bright future

Let the window allow cool breeze
Let us not criticize or stall their motive please
Help them to come at right point of discussion
Judge the situation and remove the confusion

Every living object has to come to an end
We must make them realize and treat as friends
They are the only ones to be entrusted with future course
The wind also finds right direction and blows

River water may also find way for their flow
We must allow them free course to go
Any nation can ill afford division or waste of energy
Youth are very much sensitive and moody

Darlene Walsh 05 September 2014

I can't speak about how things are elsewhere in the world, but around where I live, many young people are floundering. Jobs are very had to find, as they have been for many years now. Far too many people I know are frustrated. Many are living with 'adverse exposure'. With poor prospects for the present, and little likelihood of change in the future, young people are becoming disillusion and lazy. They 'Blame for their future with lots of questions.' If things don't change soon, I worry about the future.

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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal

Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India
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