Sonnet: One Believes Just Himself

Each wants experiences, very own;
Each wants to do the things, he wants, his way;
Each wants to ignore his mistakes or moan,
For blunders made in life for fire-play.

Each wants to experiment in own ways;
Each wants to infer, interpret himself;
Each wants to ignore cost or taken days,
On road to success, failures, lucre, pelf.

Each wants to take decisions tho' faulty;
Each wants to advise others but not take;
Each wants to bathe in waters too salty;
And wants a fortune easy, to fast make.

Each wants to believe just himself always;
Not learning from others' wisdom, he stays.

by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,

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