SELLAMUTHU KANDASAMY

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1.21.Fear To Do Evils


1.Evil doers never fear doing
evils, not great.
2.Evil yields evil, so
worse than fire.
3.Harming not offenders, wisest
among the wises.
4.Think not harmful otherwise
charity plots ruining.
5.Poor must uncomit evils
if committing, poorest.
6.Hatin ruining evils must
evade harming others
7.Every enmity escapes but
evil deeds pursue.
8.As shadow accompanies everyone
evils pursue evil-doers.
9.Lover of self, discard
even small evil.
10.If unrighteous undo evils
certain harmless he.
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Dedicated to Thiruvalluvar(31B.C) , the author in Tamil
Translated by S.Kandasamy, MUSIRI, TAMILNADU, INDIA
Published in poemhunter.com on 13-12-13

Submitted: Friday, December 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, December 13, 2013

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If evils are not there then we can get a peaceful world

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