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Difference of perspective

Dwindling in the dark; I taste the stars,
You can't do it in "artificial"...
Happiness for me when 'we' together..
Your expenses make own 'superficial'.

I secure my family to natures....
Gently it was and all that nurtures.

You could have different colour spread...
For me it's just a "dole of bread"....

Heat you can't bare, I walk barefooted,
Sun is sun to me too, but tied to my 'finances'
And still you critize? Don't you know for me it pains!
Don't pride on showers, for me it also rains...
Spendthrift you can be, l am bound to be "miser"..
You present 'pleasant' , l present 'grimmed'
And off could relax you, for me 'earning' is main...
Because all I could be poor again....

I don't owe big, neither can I do.
Only death can seperate me from these clutches too...
But l know I am something, in this crew..
Because without me, what are you?

About this poem

Perspective is the art of living life. We consider ourselves supreme to other, or we also consider others to be more happier than us. What we have is appropriate for us and hence we should try to get the best out of it. A poor man who describes how his life is beautiful too inthe form of poem.

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Written on August 29, 2021

Submitted by AishwaryaTiwari on August 29, 2021

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Aishwarya Tiwari

Aishwarya has been interested in creative fields since her childhood. She thinks very divergently and is open to all forms of human emotions and psychology she is very fond of speaking up on public issues that prevail in the society. A nature lover and a writer who has tried showcasing her skills recently in the form of a book. more…

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    Very nice poem. Keep up the good job
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    Very meaningful and emotional poem
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