Friday, October 22, 2010

I pray......

I submit under thy noble feet, with this prayer, oh! the great one
And pray to you, the same prayer all the time, in rain and in sun
In happiness and in sadness, in victory and in defeat
I make this prayer, from the depth and the purest of my heart

Oh the great one, may you liberate all beings from all sufferings
And may they live in harmony and in peaceful coexistence
May the spirit of compassion spring from every heart
And fill the world with joys of love, and make the world a better place to live!

Monday, October 18, 2010

What a Life?

We are like ants with no time to waste or even take a little rest
Building empires, serving masters and in keeping our welfare abreast
We forget that when the anthill stumbles, all would be gone but in waste
And when we are long dead and gone, even our names fade with time!

Thursday, October 7, 2010

A Reward from Him: A Poem to Share

A Reward from Him: A Poem to Share: "If I Had My Child to Raise Over Again by Diane Loomans If I had my child to raise all over again, I'd build self esteem first, and the hous..."

My Feathered Friend

As the dark night passes, the beauty of the dawn adorns
And ere it brightens up my room, there comes my feathered friend
With a beautiful chirping song, small yet loud, adorned with but all in browns
And perched on my window sill, she plays her melodies as if life has no end

I can't but remain still and mesmerized in the beauty of her song
Shrewd yet pleasing, I know not her language but there's a message strong
She sings of a song, a song of a bird, a song of a hardship, a song of a life
A song that every singer sings, songs of love, agonies and of impending strife

And as the glory of the morning attracts wider but dubious audience
She knows she has but a life to fend and a living to make, and thus her song fades
Her tiny legs combing her feathered crown, she admonishes every bit of her ambience
Singing low and in broken syllables, she takes leave, flying away far amidst the shades

I know not where she lives or what she does the whole day long
But there she is, every morning to greet me and sing me a song!

Monday, October 4, 2010


If I have a billion dollar
I would buy every dog a collar
And tag them each to a new home of their own

If I have a billion dollar
I would attend to every caller
And give them what they needed

If I have a billion dollar
I would ask every sailor
To give all poor man a free ride

If I have a billion dollar
I would ask every tailor
To sew a suit for every destitute child

If I have a billion dollar
I would build a house for every slum dweller
And free them from all their miseries

If I have a billion dollar
And only if I have a billion dollar