Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Their Spirits Shine..

Written for 3WW: Essence, Practical, Dare

Edited after some time.. listening to my heart..

Their Spirits Shine..

He doesn't dare
Face the truth always
For that's the essence of
Practical living
Recipe` for success
In the materialistic world
So what
If spirit suffocates
But then some spirits shine
They dare, and face the truth..
For they know
If one is not happy ,
One is not successful..

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And a haiku.. for Haiku Challenge at Few Miles of Sis..

Being practical, ah,
Essence of pretense, why dare
To bring lilt in life..

15 comments:

  1. Wise words wonderfully written.

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  2. Awesome Haiku and a wonderful Poem.. to bring lilt in life.. wow wow.. Rameshji Awesome..

    Someone is Special

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  3. Hello Master. So few words to describe the problem of the modern world, and the requirement for the future. I am so envious of your skill.

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  4. Liked the first one especially. Quite true and inspiring.
    Your poems are getting better :)

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  5. Agree...only happiness is success!

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  6. Pyaara Dost,
    Good Morning!
    Peace,happiness and success!
    A life worth living!
    May the readers be inspired with the wise verses...
    Good read,dost!
    Wishing you a beautiful day ahead,
    Sasneham,
    Anu

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  7. I totally enjoyed this, particularly the first one, well done!
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  8. "So what / If spirit suffocates"

    Wonderfully written.

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  9. But then some spirits shine
    They dare, and face the truth..

    Loved those lines.
    Cheers.

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  10. A perfect pair..happiness is the hardest thing to capture but the only true way to make your spirit shine..Jae :)

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  11. Ah, wise words my friend. You did a great job with this, it is always interesting to get lost in the ways of the world to get instant happiness which is always shallow.

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  12. Success, inpite of being a relative term, is unfortunately measured by the materialistic possessions you grow weary of, sooner or later, what remains is an empty spirit.

    You described this beautifully, thank yyou very much.

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