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Gangadharan nair Pulingat..


Believe


Believe in yourself and your capabilities
Believe in your neighbor and respect their feelings
Believe in your best half and her love to you
Believe in the world that gave these chances to you
Believe in the universe and all its magnificence
Which are the perfection of creativity that we believe
Believe in the oceans that receives water of rivers
Different streams that flowed in one sea
Believes vary, but reaches to the one
Which the rivers, streams and ocean teaches us
Colors differ, countries differ and languages alike
Believes differ, devotions differ but goal is one
To make the human life more purity and kind
Truth is everlasting, and nonviolence the best method
Disarmament of the world is to be the ultimate goal
So believe all our brothers and sisters of the world
With love, compassion, and for unison in pride
Believe in yourself and your strength of mind
Which the ultimate goal is universal brotherhood.

Submitted: Saturday, May 03, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship


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World is in chaos due to various problems of aggression which is to be cleansed in the belief in man itself where no alternative to suggest.

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