Ravindra Kumar

(02 July 1951 / India)

Each Moment Give Lesson


Each moment give lesson certain determine to us,
Often it echoes on frequent level in my mind,
And tranquil measureless moans accumulated still o'er guess,
And embolden too the state of perplexity bind.

Standing aloof solitary, from the worldly affairs
Mainly I feel behaving tutelary this nature,
To thrive in life as section indicates,
And react perennial affectionate voice of warbler.

Setting sometime in lap of productive reach,
Enrich with corn-seed, paddy and sugar-cane,
I assure numerous hidden hymnal consideration preach,
Sacrifice for betterment glide making other sustain.

Swinging swiftly at the hilly terrible groves
Shrub and thistly atmosphere, provoking gorgon fear;
Never contradict genuine a horrible warning relieves
Give support always deserving deafen destructive cheer.

Or sipping brine, before nymphomaniac watching zeal,
Dumb caution centralize, beware alluring notion create
Nip stiff witty desire render stigmatize deal:
Ye propel next to Him in power approximate.

Submitted: Thursday, February 14, 2013
Edited: Monday, March 04, 2013
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Every step of human being in life close to nature is beneficial for his excellent proceed.

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  • Ravindra Kumar (2/18/2013 2:24:00 AM)

    Nature has tutorial ability. Every moment of life gives certain lesson to mankind. Its inspiring power enriches our mind with sufficient satisfactory clue. Even a terrific atmosphere warns continue to establish patient and live peaceful life. (Report) Reply

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