aryaindia india

Rookie (24.10.1960 / Bangalore)

Not ready

to the Lord and Master of the Universe

Unimaginable things to accomplish
To scream out my thoughts for human emancipation
Give me time Lord, to accept your call
I would not like to tell you 'I am not ready'

So much yet to be done in less time
I know that when your call comes
Some more time I may plead but
God, I tell you now spare me for
I would not like to tell you 'I am not ready'

Have mercy and give me time my God
I shall have to take leave of my close ones
Tell them all I could not tell
For I always thought they would judge me
I would not like to tell you 'I am not ready'

But now when you are the final judge
Theirs would not matter any longer
I would surrender to you in totality
Give me little time to say my all
I would not like to tell you 'I am not ready'

By aryaindia

Author's comments:
We never know the final call and each of us likes to be ready when it comes

Submitted: Tuesday, October 20, 2009


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