hasmukh amathalal

(17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Forever or never


"Forever or never"
Stands for sure
Yet that is no mystery
It is taken as blessings from almighty

Her smile stands universal
Face brightens upon his arrival
That is the world for her survival
Full assurance for her from him to see no troubles

Who can do without partner?
Help is needed sooner or later
"United we stand, divided we fall"
Let us do and obey natural call

He or she matters less
Life seems cruel with an ugly face
She may need "not token of love"
But with happiness and nicely drove

When someone proposes
It may be looked with many vices and verses
Yet full confidence emerges on both side
As world is open and sky is very wide

Life is worth to explore
It asks more and more
Yet we need it more for our existence
There has to be some solid insistence

We may feel bogged down with bone of contention
Real values may need some loose retention
Yet it has to be lived with little compromise
Some where with fulfillment or somewhere with broken promises

Woman needs it more in reality
As she has little fragile quality
Not all women can stand bravely
As some impossible has to be tackled humanly

No problem even if something is wrong
Not everything is available for simple song
Wheels of cart will have to be kept in readiness
So it moves ahead without friction and smoothness

Submitted: Monday, November 05, 2012

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