Ravindra Kumar

Rookie (02 July 1951 / India)

Fear of Death


If you question
Straight thyself,
Commanding pride of trust
Prefer to maintain love,
Resort monotheism
Make the land paradise
Would receive ne'er
Own assertive voice.

When fear of death
Exists in whole,
Quick forget old differences
Fretful prepense firm release.
Don't care,
About breed and community
None trace
Ground of velocity.

Though well teach
The religion,
He is above mighty one
Only regulate each pericardium,
Universe call His pleasure
Man's power mean nothing
Could e'er leak retired
Let have many logic gorgeous worming.

His angry look invite
Cruelty by innate,
What melodious seen
Guess enjoyed requisite -
Set on single platform,
Fast evade blind destructive belief
Sail arch over brotherhood
Cultivate rectitude in live.

Submitted: Friday, March 15, 2013
Edited: Friday, March 15, 2013

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General human conduct during hardship.

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