Treasure Island

ROCHISH MON

(4-11-00 / INDIA)

We Will Have To Win


Start now, start immediately
O friends, proceed progressively

Avoid losing age in inefficiency
Avoid rolling along with fallacy

Towards development, minds must be tuned
By achievements, hearts must be heartened

As we are used, we often falter
As we were taught, we always fear
We have to be free from usual deformities
We have to surpass inherent hindrances

When we get over difficulties
Difficulties will get over
Only way to get out of a question
Is to get into an answer

Many have to be learned
Many have to be found

When going is on, path will be seen
When path was taken, target will be known

Our lives should remain as our own
As human beings we will have to win.

Submitted: Thursday, December 12, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 12, 2013
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