hasmukh amathalal

Gold Star - 25,827 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

For bad luck


So far I have failed to get
An answer for bad luck or fate
Why is it called so and for what reason?
Is it not varying from person to person?

If we go by logic of great teachings
There goes something as missing
It is not the exact cause that is worrying
But the illogical ideas that are flying

It has been told that seasons do change
Show the presence but require well managing
Enough of changes do take place
To keep everybody with smiling face

Seasonal change is welcome
It coincides with human behavior and change
Childhood, youth and then comes an old age
Complete life span is spread over blank page

Spring period is considered as best
It brings happiness and mood at test
So many colors are filled in real life
Even though it is posing as edge of knife

“Ups and down” really do not bother
As responsibility is on our shoulder
It has to be shared in accordance with time
Life may demand toughness at some time

Gear up mental status to accept with determination
It goes on with routine calibration
Some new ideas are brought in
Some fail and some lead to win

Submitted: Saturday, December 28, 2013

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