To most it was a blanket to curl in,
But for one it was a cape.
While the sleeping slept after their win,
The innocent one took on a hero’s shape.
Innocence makes the world so different,
For they see what anyone would do.
But their interpretations are invigorant,
Do you remember the last time you flew?
Powered with strength, powered with energy,
Power to spread laughter and joy,
The blanketed hero can avert any jeopardy,
As would any who knew evil can only toy.
“ Add some innocence to the seriousness“
I seek a conversation with me,
But I rarely can manage time.
So I asked, when will I be free?,
Some time during the rhyme.
Amidst all the hustle and bustle,
I found time for everything else,
Life presents opportunities only after tussle,
Opportunities encoded in the book we write for ourselves.
So take a walk and talk during the walk,
For at times you need to hear it from yourself.
Each solution that I need,
Is right next to me round the clock.
Daunting it is to see what goes around,
We don’t lose just time with time.
We have been told to fly whilst bound,
And living simply is like fighting crime.
The structured world has a way of getting,
Who or what does not matter much.
Since the beginning you are letting,
The world change your course without a touch.
Some say for good, some bad,
Who to judge while the judge gets judged.
At least try to be happily mad.
There are always ways to be glad.
This is tough. Every human faces friction when he/she change the gears in life (slow or fast doesn’t matter). After all we are the
So as I try to figure out my plan for ahead I am reminded of nature’s most simple principle. You reap what you sow. Now this is important, it is important to sow in the good seeds before the rain arrives, it is important to water them with positivity whenever required otherwise all the wait, the work, and the worry will bear withered crops.
Whenever there is a change in pace, Reap and Sow principle is a must.
Reap and Sow
Every harvest brings a chance of change,
An opportunity to plough and plant.
With life it is an honest exchange,
Sow what you really want.
Each term comes in phases,
Cold, warm, wet and/or wind.
Yet what really amazes is,
Some remain intact while others, skinned.
Difference lies in care and nuture.
It all depends on how you row.
Either take the chance to do better,
Regardless, you reap what you sow.
Nishant Gang, The Poet and the Pen