Am Tiny Self!
Am a tiny light
Can I bring light in your life.?
Am a tiny path
Can I guide you to right path.
Am a tiny star
Can I bring star like shine in you
Am a tiny dust
Can I do anything good for you?
Am a tiny rose
Can I bring smile in you?
Am a tiny drop of water
Can I quench your thirst
Am a tiny drop of tear
Can my tear makes your eyes wet?
Am a tiny voice
Can a tiny voice be heard by all.
Am a tiny dot
Can a tiny dot help one?
Am a Tiny word
Can a word encourage you?
Yet I prefer to be called tiny
My tiny voice cannot bring justice to you.
My tiny lights cannot light your life with wisdom
My tiny drop of water cannot quench your thirst for knowledge
My tiny words cannot bring smile in you.
Yet I prefer to be called tiny.
Though I cannot do anything for you.
I still like to remain tiny forever.
©ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY GEETHA JAYAKUMAR 2014
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