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I am in a Hurry

This poem throws a light on how we miss out wonderful things in life while running after the materialistic things and our so-called goals.
The wonderful flower and lush green grass,
The cerulean sky and dreamy mountains
Called me
I said, I am in a hurry, will see you later

The smile of a naive baby, the song of sweet grand mum
And childhood friend called me
I said, I am in a hurry, will see you later

The smell of delicious food,
The melody of music and the vivacious amusement of team game
Called me
I said, I am in a hurry, will see you later

The tranquility of a temple, the devotion in the rituals
And the serenity of worship
Called me
I said, I am in a hurry, will see you later

Finally death called me
I said, God, Almighty, Please wait,
I need to see
All your wonderful creations, my loved ones, and experience the
Peace and euphoria .....

God said,
I said, I am in a hurry, will see you later.
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Published: 6/30/2010
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