Sujay Patekar


'Strange Rules'


If Heaven And Hell decide,
to take things in their own stride,
no man would be a Sinner or a Saint;
but the Rules of Eternity are way too quaint...

For all, if Cupid decides to just once strike,
and spare the people from Love's Hitch-Hike, '
no hearts will ever be broken or shattered;
but the Rules of Love are far more tattered...

If every Tiger decides to feed,
on no flesh but only on grass and weed,
no deer would ever hate food-chain;
but the Rules of Nature are bound with pain...

If God decides to bless each Man,
with no Grieves in his entire Life-span,
no Man would ever bow down and pray;
and so the Rules of Life are full of dismay...

~Sujay Patekar

Submitted: Thursday, January 26, 2012

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  • Rookie - 0 Points Sajna Kailas (1/27/2012 4:54:00 AM)

    wow! ! ! strange thoughts, amazing write Sujay! ! ! ! ! ! loved it a lotttttt.
    style of write, its structure and rhyme scheme everything is awesome! ! !
    keep it up yar! ! ! ! ! (Report) Reply

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