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Ranjith Rajasekharan Poems
Problem, problem and problem everywhere, Up in the air and down under earth, It penetrates the mountains, deep oceans and all creatures. None escapes it, none avoids it and none accepts it either,
Farewell, farewell the ancient Cambridge, Loving, feeding and nourishing your children With knowledge, wisdom and intelligence, But, tired not you at all, even after eight hundred years
A seed sprouted out on a bright shiny morning, Born into the world of expectation Without knowing, what expectation is, Enjoyed the warm sparkling light with sun
I met a Tree man on my way of life of pride, Found I, quiet and humble Tree man, He lent his eyes with great pleasure to see the world around me
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Problem, problem and problem everywhere,
Up in the air and down under earth,
It penetrates the mountains, deep oceans and all creatures.
None escapes it, none avoids it and none accepts it either,
My vision of a beautiful world over shadowed by problems.
Asked I, What is a problem,
A question itself a problem in finding an answer,
Is problem an incident or a result of incidents,
Many find problem both inside and outside
But the former more dangerous; a serpent within,
Problems are like diseases, some are curable and others aren't,
Puzzled and ...