Ramdas Bhandarkar

(Madikeri)

For Taste We Pay


Thinking a man without taste
Tasteless he will be looked at,
to bear the bare truth it's difficult
man pays for his tastes
for what he like, loses
conscience to senses
tastier food may not be nutritious
nutritious may not be tastier
may it be food for brain
may it be religious or spiritual
to acquire we put more strain
all that make us some how drain
for taste we pay, may be health
or time or our true wealth!

Submitted: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
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