Vishal Sharma

Rookie - 175 Points (10th july 1996/Samastipur (Bihar) / India)

Mighty Almighty


A lways throw your heart

B efore the mighty lord

C onquering the whole world

D oom still survives over here

E nough power to make all vanish

F orming a dilemma within us for sure

G od is the mighty power in heaven

H ell has a tiny droplets of God waters

I ntentionally ever visited there, never

J ust keep your head calm and cool

K indness flourishes just like a mud there

L egion of well wishers are for us there

M ake a firm determination about that

N o cry is ever recorded where you weep

O pen your eyes to shout a loud cry

P lease keep the hunger of praise within you

Q ueer fish are almost everywhere there

R estless and mindless games bring satisfaction

S ound like an eerie and creepy jazz

T olerate them, if you have guts for them

U nder God's mercy, fruitless trees are blessed

V iewing should only be changed concerning them

W ithout whose order, we are lifeless

X mas trees are decorated for whose honour

Y earn to get whose one look we crave

Z eal is that we call our almighty God

Submitted: Friday, October 11, 2013

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