ROCHISH MON

(4-11-00 / INDIA)

We Should Go Forward


Through living we should go forward
To view life we should go forward

We should go forward
We should go forward

To earn unprecedented experiences
We should go forward
To reach untouched shores
We should go forward

Wrapper-less tastes are plenty
To be known truths are plenty
In order to understand the unfound
We should go forward
We should go forward

Rotations of the earth originate some suggestions
To imbibe them we should go forward
Shine of the sun presents special advice
To receive that we should go forward

Grace of the moon delivers the required news
To listen to it we should go forward
Glory of the stars gives proper guidance
To follow that we should go forward

We should go forward
We should go forward

Heat and chillness are perhaps
Exercises of the nature
We should go forward to read them
Seasons are perchance
Expressions of the nature
We should go forward to study them

To hate hatred
To save mankind
We should go forward
To have the entire land as one nation
To keep the whole world as safe-station
We should go forward

To know thoughts of infants
We should go forward
To see dreams of unborn creatures
We should go forward

Diseases many have to be cured
Sorrows many have to be erased
There are tremors in many hearts
There are cracks in many minds
Hapless people are many
Helpless people are many
We should go forward to set right many
We should go forward to straighten out many

We should go forward
We should go forward

Having sagacity, having perceptivity
We should go forward
As connoisseurs, as visionaries
We should go forward

We have to perform
We should go forward
We will have to transform
We should go forward

We have to surpass our distress
We should go forward
We will have to land up on bliss
We should go forward

We must not be entangled in sentiments
We should go forward
We must replete with erudition-less emotions
We should go forward

We are not stones to stay as it is
We are not thorns to have scorns
We should go forward
We should go forward

To produce questions
We should go forward
To find out answers
We should go forward

Our days are drenched by blood
We are meant to cleanse our present
We should go forward
By gone years have never provide us the requisite
In future we must have life best
We should go forward

We too have scenery within us
We have to visit ourselves
We should go forward
We must not forsake ourselves
We have to meet ourselves
We should go forward

To exist comprehensively we should go forward
To subsist commendably we should go forward

We should go forward
We should go forward

Submitted: Thursday, January 09, 2014
Edited: Friday, January 10, 2014

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