Ravindra Kumar

(02 July 1951 / India)

Vanity


Vanity esteemed the worse among all grants propined He!
Adherent of it worry not pine yield to another;
Only has motto preserve hustle thine gentle plea,
Content by own, ignoramous, post forward vex and hinder.
An odious innate turn a man prosperity into havoc
Make bloody from generous, dearest to opponent unblest;
When it's toxin stirred round prevent vein of Hitler,
Ignited whole world once more was silent at least.
If we analyse the art of commanding absolute impartially,
Could understand prompt purpose perhaps in His lurking behind;
Promote affection unfair too support time crises each heartily,
To put under test, profitably ride, the vanity in mind.
As prod go deep clean gums, buzz the vanity,
Where confine hedge within frame, expose dissolution immunity.

Submitted: Saturday, March 16, 2013
Edited: Saturday, March 16, 2013

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Prospective sight of vanity.

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