gajanan mishra

Gold Star - 28,919 Points (3rd April 19sixty / Tikapali, Patnagarh, Balangir, Odisha, India now at Tapobana, Titilagarh, Odisha, India)

What is to worry


What is to worry
What is going on in this body
What is for this body
What is happening with this body
What is to worry
What will happens after
Separation from this body
Whatever, has to happen will happen
What is to worry
This body is not ours
We need nothing for ourselves
Our own self lacks nothing
Whatever the body needs
Is ordained according to our fate
And what is fate
It is recycle time-set
What is to worry
You are here You are there
My dear, always busy
In making arrangements
For subsistence of all
See I have no anxiety no desire
And so nothing to worry
Look I am free
I am free.

Submitted: Sunday, May 12, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013

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Nothing to worry in life. whatever is not to be, would never be whatever has to happen will happen.

Comments about this poem (What is to worry by gajanan mishra )

  • Rookie - 93 Points Payal Parande (5/12/2013 8:03:00 AM)

    love it....a true wisdom you have shared with us...without worry a man can achieve the impossible....great work sir (Report) Reply

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