hasmukh amathalal

(17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Day and night


How do we define day and night?
Difference is like wrong and right
Not a one can be termed avoidable?
Each part is important and commendable?

Early morning and evening has it sown importance?
So many people might have not observed it even at once?
We only witness it as time lag for beginning or an end
We decline from the outset and have no favorable trend

We give full marks for the rising sun
Set our timings and start to run
It starts with opening up of day’s schedule
Man works like machine by injecting the fuel

It is done only by keeping the aspirations high
He has strong resolve to attain something and fly
Nothing comes on his way for fulfilling the aim
The days prove to be crucial fir legitimate claim

Each day brings him high hope and despair
Sometimes programme fail to take off and flop in air
Yet it did not discourage a dedicated person
He has every opportunity open with solid reasons

It has something to do with real life and accompany
Something to dream of and find nice company
A smooth and lovely path after day’s hard work
Something to remember and something to flirt

He has no spar time for morning breeze
Yet he can’t ignore or completely freeze
He has passion along with true devotion
To pass of the time peacefully with all the emotions

Submitted: Wednesday, October 19, 2011

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