gajanan mishra

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Mild and Gentle


See me
I have mildness of mind for all
As I know You are in all.

No one is my enemy, I know
As all are You
I am gentle towards my evil-doers.

I try my best to be mild
In feeling and speech for all
As I know You are in all.

At heart I am very mild
Though for some reasons or other
I may not appear equally mild.

Submitted: Monday, July 08, 2013
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I know, almighty is omnipresent.

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