Ravindra Kumar

Rookie (02 July 1951 / India)

In Esteem To The New World


Even not in western zone
Thou are costly borne alone,
Glitter bolt lead rejoice this mystic control
Seem singular in credit constant whole.
Hidden prime elegant state impasse unaware,
Faculty of Spanish stirred entice thee.
Conform strive, contrive, quite acuteness rare,
Hold rank to secure total glee.

Act an opponent of envy and vanity
Whose ideal seek settle productive frailty.
On question rise ground terrorism or mass-crises,
Discoloration agile by pull down each guises.
Extend night-horror found grown obvious
Till not Apollo sprouts its oriental grace,
Quick quiver the arrow thine ran efficacious.
Desirous joy was persuaded at earthen trace.

If any hatch jot with nourishing
Is only shiftless, ill-starred might living,
Bear cure clemency a part heavenly racious,
To my mind thyself heave structure precocious.
Possible not getting safe too,
A cringe mood dare ye provoke little:
Reck upon Nagasaki - Hiroshima heavy bright two
Shaped into barren blunt ride still.

Submitted: Monday, February 25, 2013
Edited: Monday, March 04, 2013
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Exposition of braveness, forwardness & politeness of U S A.

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