A uncharitable remark
Why do people go for uncharitable remarks?
unnecessary controversy is raked and sparked
does it lead to healthy debate or solution?
On the conterary, It weakens morale and resolution
Why do they think I am more than ordinary?
What necessiates such observation and is necessary?
It is ablosutely out of contest and warranted
Such thin gs are never desired or wanted
We do represent human body
It is as good as owned by anybody
Nothing is extra ordinarly installed
Only beautiful sentiments are walled
The lovely blood circulate in mind
It infuses new enrgy of its kind
Makes body to long for good companion
Strong bond with passion as mark of union
A desire to be helpful for mankind
A force to stand against the unfavoarable wind
Get on to the safe side with smooth sailing
All opportunites on card postively availing
Nothing makes you ordinary or unique
Everybody will have to stand in queue
It is long wait for opportunity to strike
It has to be availed wheather like or dislike
We may find many wealthy individuals
They may be poor in real sense and exchange wordy duals
This is unbecoming of a unique character
This is one of the most undesired factor
Why do we not see with open eyes?
Why do we crate and ask many why’s?
We have confusion at every level
Tis prevents us from doing well or excel
Should we combine vision, mind and heart?
Should we untilize it properly from the start?
It defintiely will help to make you a strong force
There may not be any reason to feel remorse
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