Ramesh T A

Rookie - 508 Points (28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

Hate and Love!


Bomb blast in Boston and earthquake in Iran....
Both make all shudder at the effects of mayhem!
Destruction is easy but creation is difficult to do
For man but a matter of play for the Almighty!

Union of love among friends of distant shores
By way of poems on poetry websites make all
Nil to feel the sizzling effects of volcanic eruption
Or earthquakes or bomb blasts anywhere.....!

Hate and love counter balance in this way ever
And life goes on as usual one after the other....!
So many things have been seen in our life-time
And what new are we going to see yet? , , , , Nothing!

Destruction has become old fashion now, I feel!
Let love rule the world, for, love is ever new...!

Submitted: Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 03, 2013
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