Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Life Goes On – Viswanathan Ganesh Ram Anand

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Zero to Four
We crawl on the Floor
To receive attraction
Life goes on!

Five to Ten
We learn to Run
To grab attention
Life goes on!

Ten to Twenty
We shape self-identity
To gain experience
Life Goes on!

Twenty to Thirty
We earn employability
To get appreciation
Life goes on!

Thirty to Forty
We take responsibility
To get along life easy
Life goes on!

Fifty to Sixty
We acquire maturity
To make feel happy
Life goes on…

After Seventy
We reflect on life integrity
Making You feel pity
Life goes on…Life goes on…

IR
IR
Editorial Team of Indian Ruminations.

8 COMMENTS

  1. Wondrous linking. Words rhyme well with the thoughts of the poet. Felt like watching from gallery, as the life dance on the dias.

  2. seven micro poems into a train. I agree with Kamala. Words does rhyme with the psyche of this poet. Real fun to read as this poet gives us so simplified version of life though one might feel, is that all, as i felt intially. Well this is all inclusive.

  3. Frist my Heartyful tons of thanks to Indian Ruminiations team for providing upcoming authors like us in showcasing our talents! Thank You Team. Kamala and Darsana, I personal Thank You both for sharing your comments and thoughts on my madien poem attempt! I am happy and inspired to write more! Thank you both of you.

  4. I love this poem. Superb use of simple words to explain complex phenomenon. Happy to know that you got this platform to showcase your talent as a poet. Wishing you good luck and following is my salutation to U. Cheers.

    Learning to creativity
    Simple words to poetry
    To become simple, humble and adorable
    Life Goes on………..

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