veeraiyah subbulakshmi


Let Us Walk Together!


Let us walk, as these roads are not full of thorns,
No wild animals hidden in any corners and trees,
To bounce and taste our flesh, this place is protected,
Walk in the well lit parks or in the crowded Malls.

The Malls are good for physical, mental,
And' visual' exercises, though air conditioned,
Don't sit on the benches every few minutes,
Continue to walk until you are used to it.

Our jungles are cleared to build these white elephants,
Which are not that busy in the morning and afternoons,
Walking in the shopping center is appropriate,
We are scared of the elements in the tracks.

Don't sit and circle around the dining table,
Look for the fresh loads of filling to the stomach,
Walk on the roads is good to our health,
Come on; Let us walk side by side, not holding our hands.

Submitted: Monday, March 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 19, 2013

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