The Misery Road

Misery road
Saturday,21st July 2018

It is a lovely message
and we all have to manage
we need not put ourselves into the cage
and make it as the lost page

the human lives are rare and precious
we must strive hard and carry it on continuous
nothing can stop us
if we believe and trust

what the hate has shown!
except for human misery and the pain,
we are very much concerned
and try to turn the table

neither the black nor the white
should always fight
the race and creed must take back seat
when we cheerfully meet and greet

there is so much to be done
if we wish to make the earth as heaven
it has to be a lovely place to live in
and racial harmony must be seen

yes, let us move hand in hand
and befriend
there is no end to the misery road
why should we share such a load?

Hasmukh Amathalal Mehta

by Hasmukhlal Amathalallal

Comments (2)

This is a love poem - to everyone. In the 23rd Psalm, the psalmist says 'my cup overfloweth. Surely goodness and mercy will follow me..' Your overflowing cup is just such a comfort. This is a joy to read - lyrical and so beautiful to read. The Greek gods had a cup-bearer who brought them draughts of ambrosia. This is such a draught. Love, Will
beautiful! way to go! keep writing ~starr