Sonnet: One Shan’t Judge The Other

But suff’rings come whether married/ single!
And suff’rings come to young and old alike;
When nerves are weak, one feels the skin tingle.
The family need not talk over a mike.

No one is spared from woes in life on earth,
But face we must, as bravely as we can;
Tho’ virtues and righteousness is a death,
We must all nurture them in every man.

No man can say the other suffers less;
No man can judges neighbor with fairness;
God only knows the nature of soul stress
On judgment-day, God means strict business.

Who knows which soul will be denied Heaven?
God wants just souls sin-free and pure from men!

6-20-2001

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

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