How is life? It's a compromised life Without my beloved wife Memories in giga bytes Couldn't be moved to a pen drive Freeing the mind of a haunting lane Unfaltering faltering gait I call a ***** a ***** With pain in the core of my heart I have learnt happiness From my spirit inside
Death you never die You are so painful you won't realize I wish you could die We could heave a relieving shy To run the Wheel of Time He makes you a necessity Chance plays the role of brevity Denying humanity to even die with dignity Always planning to take Death to eternity To keep frightening my fraternity For death to survive Every now and then new strategy He contrives Coronavirus is now worldwide Threatening and killing human life As if it were a slaughter house O Lord come to senses Leave aside all pretenses Please don't wipe humanity You will lose Your Divinity We will lose faith in You Then whose God will You Humanity has learnt a lesson For any annoyance let us mend the fence Socially we are distancing Listen to our grievances Send back coronavirus Throw it in the Tartarus We agree the death shouldn't die In it our wisdom lies Let our deaths be peaceful Let our deaths be graceful!
To focus on what self importance brings That final blink will flick to nothing At best a whim Too late as time has slipped It's skin has shed Where youth has fled The cycle of light and dark A heavy step leaves a beaten path What has been learnt and can be shared Fairer heart Friendship bare Cleaner air To offer greater care
To throw a party? To cut two cakes - One for birthday, another for promotion? To be with loved ones - called a family? To cherish oneself and make goals for future? To teach art to the less privileged children?
Yes, I did it all this time!
The best of everything was the part when I taught art to the less privileged children But to my surprise, These cute children taught me more than what I could teach them! It was- how to be happily happy with minimalism.
I spent two hours of my birthday With them Teaching them art And it was so awakening, Their happy expressions of art Made me more happy.
They gifted me that day a smile Which was unconditional Few were orphans, few children of a single parent With less of money but more of heart!
Their smiling aura Amidst all odds taught me how to live and be happy minimally!
A lesson to be learnt this 28 years of life To be happy minimally. Thank you all for your wishes on my birthday. Always love to be at home called hellopoetry.