Treasure Island

hasmukh amathalal

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

Let the idea float


Let the idea float
With wish and sugar quote
“There is reward at the end”
Just weave the peace thread

It may not provide immediately
The result and consequences urgently
But it will pave the way for next harvest
To expect more yield if tried best

Let people remain selfish
Let them remain idle and lazy to finish
Yet some magic may work
If the attempt is made with honest word

The dead may rise from the grave
The poor may raise head and crave
The rich and have not too may follow
With a simple wave of word “go”

There is always hope under sun
The dark night may not permanently remain
The world needs some change
The cast and color may disappears fast from past pages

Public arrogance can be witnessed
When they are deliberately chased
Provided nothing but with hollow words
The best way available for them is to look forward

The dirt may be swept over
The new concept may provide cover
New hope and promises may find some place
We are all human being yet committed to serve race

Submitted: Saturday, December 28, 2013

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