Sonnet: Sense Of Values In Life

If you’d married a spouse from rich family,
Could life become problem-free, more charming?
Your life proceeds then most expensively;
You would rather settle down with farming!

Bride, bridegrooms from high status bring problems,
Of travel, servant and security;
Just choose the chain of plastic beads, not gems!
Glamour is empty unlike chastity.

Choose harmony in life and never wealth;
What is the use is of discontented a life?
Choose peace of mind and body’s pink of health;
What can be better than a loving wife?

Life’s sense of values prevails o’er others;
Yet, Man in trivialities much bothers.

6-26-2001

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

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