Treasure Island

Kavya ...


Life Is Invaluable, Adore It!


Anger, Frustation, Irritation on self and others
Are all signs of weakness;
The moment these enter our mind and body
We are not our own self
Our every action turns into wickedness

The day my better-half fought with me
I was so down and depressed
I felt like ending my life
Kept my emotions suppressed

But the day we entered into a compromise
The life around was again in full bloom
So unlike from the days we remained apart
When everything around appeared so gloom

Soon I realised the value of life
That no decisions should be taken in times of strife;
Let us allow God to decide our own destiny
And may our life have only peace and harmony!

Submitted: Wednesday, February 06, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, February 06, 2013

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  • Valsa George (2/13/2013 10:26:00 AM)

    Difference of opinion can pop up in married life very often! But forget and forgive is the only way to keep relationships in tact! When our mind is agitated, we rush into decisions and actions that can lead to grave consequences over which when analysed in peace, we will have to regret! A nice poem with a nice message! ! (Report) Reply

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