Vivek Mehta


How beautiful! !


How beautiful this life is,
It keeps changing every moment
Welcome the new season
And forget the one that went

How beautiful this rain is
The sky is sprinkling love
Each heart is fluttering its wings
Like an innocent dove

How beautiful this moment is
It’s nothing on its own
But may grow into a great chronicle
The seed has just been sown

How beautiful this season is
Every flower is budding out
And my heart is blooming with them
After a long time of drought

How beautiful poetry is
That sitting at my office seat
I’m staring at the windows around
Just to make it complete; -)

How beautiful Sapient policy is
That you work on all 364 days
And don’t feel like doing it on one
In your manager’s books, it stays

How beautiful this industry is
It’s stays very kind with you
But it may kick you out
Suddenly out of the blue

How beautiful this conclusion is
It reflects my real pain
That I’m supporting my application
Even in this beautiful rain: -(.

Submitted: Monday, May 26, 2008
Edited: Monday, May 26, 2008
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  • Manish Tanwar (5/28/2008 6:33:00 AM)

    gud one. Dil ko choo liya. Describes the suffering of every person who go to work, and can't even enjoy the heart robbing weather. (Report) Reply

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