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RAIN ON SPRING DAY (a PANTOUM)



RAIN ON SPRING DAY (a PANTOUM)
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I am here, you are there, Our households are in square
How to get the matter clear, I am here and you are there
light of wisdom spreads widely through the skilled diffusion
Our lives are real and actual not based on baseless illusion

come here or call me there to remove the deadly confusion
light of wisdom spreads widely through the skilled diffusion
better it is if we sort out our life's problems with love inclusion
they are not the difficult but easy routine of activities seclusion

You do what is necessary to do and I will religiously follow you
I will do the practical things left- right as are expected by you
light of wisdom spreads widely through the skilled diffusion
Our lives are real and actual not based on baseless illusion

So come here soon or call me there, I can't wait now anymore
Time is priceless jewel, let us fit it in our crowns of daily head
Without losing a minute, relish our remainder life in cozy bed
We are not so old honey and neither too young nor yet unwed.

~~~Jawahar Gupta ~~~
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Submitted on May 18, 2017

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