Nash Thomas

Rookie - 104 Points (30-10-1979 / Kadammanitta)

Why Do A Pickpocket Mourn Before A Born Robber?


Why do a needy pickpocket,
Confess before a born robber? ,
Why do a needy pickpocket,
Confess before another one? , .
Why does a blind man,
Seek assistance from another blind man? .
When the master did confess,
Admitted got the benefit,
They became free from diseases,
When the disciples did confess,
Admitted got the benefit,
They became free from diseases,
For centuries, confession becomes a drama,
A mere drama, may be eligible for Oscar entry,
If God once again looks into the earth,
He will add psalms fifty three verses again,
Has anybody had any extra sense,
Than you yourself have?
Can they tell your past? ,
Can they tell your present? ,
Can they tell your future? ,
If not, how can they become one-
More powerful than you?
Think, Think, Think again,
You will get the solution,
As God is within you too.

Submitted: Thursday, June 27, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 28, 2013

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  • Gold Star - 29,013 Points Gajanan Mishra (6/27/2013 8:17:00 PM)

    God is within us, God is everywhere, God is everything, thanks for the poem, good write.
    I invite you to read my poems and comment. (Report) Reply

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