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BY:  RAMESH KAUL

 

IN NATURE GOD THOUGHT OF " TOY "

BORED OF THE WORLD TO GET SOME JOY

HE TOOK SOME MUD AND CARVED A SHAPE

MOST WOULD HAVE CALLED HIM HAIRLESS APE

HE PLAYED WITH THIS FORM ALL DAY

AT NIGHT BROKE HIM IN A FRAY

A BRILLIANT IDEA STRUCK HIS MIND

GOD PICKED A BIT OF CELESTIAL TRASH

HE MADE A BETTER TOY IN A FLASH

IT LOOKED LIKE THE HUMAN BRAT

FOR PLAY HE TOOK OUT HIS HEART

AND FLUNG IT  FAR AWAY FROM HIS REACH

FEAR RESPECT AND HUMBLENESS TO TEACH

HE KNEW HE CANT LIVE WITHOUT HIS HEART

ROUND AND ROUND HE RAN DESPITE GOOD START

 

STRANGE WAS NATURES PARADOX AND GODS GAME

 

WHEN HE REACHED CLOSER TO HIS HEART STRONGER GOT THE PAIN,

FARTHER IT WENT GAVE HIM RESPITE BUT EFFORT WAS IN VAIN

 

BUT COULD HE DO WITHOUT HIS HEART ?

THE HEART WAS LOVE AND THE TOY THE POET

THE INK WAS BLOOD THE URGE WAS DOVE

A DAY DID DAWN WHEN HE CAUGHT HIS LOVE

OR WAS IT HIS HEART.

HE GRABBED IT HARD LEST IT MAY SLIP OF HIS HANDS

AND HELD HIS HEART TIGHT BUT BEAT HAD STOPPED

WHEN GOD ASKED ANGELS BRING ME

MOST TENDER THING FROM ALL THE WORLDS

THEY BROUGHT DEAD POET HOLDING HIS HEART

 

RAMESH KAUL  

 


 
 


  


 

 
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