Ravindra Kumar

(02 July 1951 / India)

Best Form of Love


Mostly, we find people talking,
Devoted zeal at ground of love;
But what's what it absolute landing
Towards a selfish motto rough;
I do hear them joining murmur,
With eyes demonstrate hilarious glitter.

Should not consider sex and enjoyment,
The boon one falls when love,
Not either same is wreath insignificant
Soften ride prompt growth deserve,
Alike fragment of everlasting smell,
Confirm sign that prime glory dwell.

It has power alter the plot
Sweep up straw in heavenly class,
A lover to nation called patriot,
Love for duty pleases every gross -
Best form of love honest be,
About His total creation and He?

Submitted: Friday, February 22, 2013
Edited: Monday, March 04, 2013
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Instead of roaming around concubines one should develop courtesy for creation.

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