Man's Due

Poem By gopichandnagasuseela Suseela

We wish things on earth
Multiply in great numbers
Nature be intact

Old man nipped by time
Leaving here his heir on earth
Lends his memory

Young and beautiful
Spring’s carrier and world’s jewel
Freezing gifts within you

No issues to this world!
Grave gulps beauty forever
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