Sonnet: Variety In Life

If sweetened foods be taken on most days,
Until aversion takes the upper hand:
The buds of taste seek foods in hotter ways,
And sweetened stuff must be put to remand.

One cannot have the same things o’er again,
Man wants a change and variety in life;
We want the sun and in-between the rain;
We want our joys be followed by some strife.

When things are done in dull monotony,
Discontent fills the heart and mind of man;
No man can live with mere acrimony;
We shut the windows, sometimes switch on fan.

Variety is the spice of life all say,
And that is why God gave us night and day!

7-9-2001

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

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