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Ravindra Kumar

Rookie (02 July 1951 / India)

Duty And Humanity


Humanity has no support to duty
Both contrary in dealing and punctuality:
Non-the-less deny each claims still their validity
Former needs emotional skip where later regularity!

Humanity is a thing roundly soul concern
Fancies of many idles, despotic and obligates.
Estimate not to beautify active approach return;
Deserve aid remarkable quiet pleasing black arts.

Duty declares the deed must accomplish statutable,
Gratitude, greed and gratification are sub-judice here-of:
A crazy caution compel to foil inapplicable
Yonker's pride, old hand cultivated doctrinal of.

Certain condition humanity plays role of pre-eminence
Duty looks wanting help out of heels.
Depending on probation passion of sincerity convince,
Rejecting deep binder satisfactorily set aside exceeds.

If stands duty and humanity both together,
Glorifies the spirit immortal as His name.
And also deal showing clean impersonality further,
None appeal to mercy could not dare blame.

Submitted: Thursday, February 14, 2013
Edited: Monday, March 04, 2013
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Union of 'Duty' and 'Humanity' is enough to rise standard of a man.

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  • Rookie Ravindra Kumar (2/18/2013 2:34:00 AM)

    The poem confirms although duty and humanity both are absolutely opposite to each other in order to their conduct and origin yet a man who preserve the quality both by rising position own on this miraculous earth would achieve appellation appreciable till existence. (Report) Reply

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