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Sonnet: Belittle None
(14-2-1957 / Tamilnadu, India)

Sonnet: Belittle None

Poem By Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,

Such distant stars appear like tiny dots!
Who cares for them if starry be night-sky?
A tree can’t grow fully if placed in pots;
Unless ’tis transplanted, it tends to die.

From earth, the clouds though small can obstruct gaze;
When you travel by plane, they look huge size;
The nearest star to reach may take you days;
While from a plane, earths-men look like just mice.

Distance is important in telling size;
Beholder’s eyes too equally matters;
Some men are stupid mostly, sometimes wise;
A beggar wears but clothes in just tatters.

All things are equal in the eyes of God;
And creatures all, He had made from only Clod!

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