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Ravindra Kumar

Rookie (02 July 1951 / India)

I Earnestly Advice


From central part of whirling fast unsteady cloud,
I hear the sigh dissolve with many annihilated loud,

They want to swell certain promises truly bore,
Make earth anyhow sumptuous, inventive and charitable door.

It doesn't mean, what the world would give us,
Our dealing towards nation pride always be curious.

Forget not, took pines those providing this prosperity,
Inflamed torch link wide human hands aggressive honesty.

Must fade black force stunt diligent power stir mind.
And extend scope for wonder by questing regions blind.

Level debts upon lid on soul, I earnestly advice,
Peg down the system limp just suggestive pattern choice.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, May 07, 2013

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