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Why Human's Are Like This?
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In the summer
We long for winter
And in the winter
We long for summer

In the beginning
We visualize the end
And in the end
We visualize the beginning

In the circle
We seek the parallelogram
And in the parallelogram
We seek the circle

In the darkness
We long for the light
And in the light
We long for the darkness

In the present
We worry about the future
And in the future
We reminiscence our past

In the difficulty
We seek the empathy of God
But in the gratification
We question the veracity of God

In the journey
We long for the destination
And upon reaching the destination
We long for further expedition

Why are we like this?
Why we always long for
The things, which we do not have
In our greed swathed grasp

The answer is simple….
For we are the insatiable beings
We don’t cherish, what we have
And we always want, what is not
In our hand

This is the story of human
Please forgive us, dear God
And teach us to cherish those things,
Which are closer to our heart, and
Accept the things as they are

Copyright 2003 Bhuwan Thapaliya

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Reviewed by Libby Stone (Reader) 10/30/2003
Very thought provoking message. I love it. Thank you for sharing.
Many Blessings,
Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader) 3/12/2003
I really like the structure in this. Teresa
Reviewed by Oisín Breen 3/9/2003
wise as always.
I most love your poems of this ilk
thank you
Reviewed by Birdie Houston 3/9/2003
Bravo this is full blown truth loved the way you wrote this !!!!
Reviewed by marilyn 3/9/2003
oops, sorry, let me rephrase that. This exuded so much insight and truth
Reviewed by Marilyn Seray 3/9/2003
This exuded so much truth and insightfulness.
A great write!
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster 3/9/2003
Excellent write and observations...Truer words were never spoken. We always want most what we can't have LOL
Reviewed by the phantom pheonix (Reader) 3/9/2003
very inspirational and a great ending but it is so true humans crave more and more things that is how we are. Sad but true awesome job on this fantasitic poem
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 3/9/2003
Very astute observations!!
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 3/9/2003
A conundrum for sure.

Reviewed by William Bonilla 3/9/2003
Wisdom has bestowed it blessings upon you my frined,
An Execellently Penned piece.

Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/9/2003
You are full of wisdom Bhuwan...we are made in the image, and there are two sides to the coin God and His antithesis Satan, we embody them both and are always in this spiritual warfare until we learn how to
defeat the wrong.
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 3/9/2003
Now this just spoke to my heart so clearly! Yes, it is so true!

Loved this poem,

Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 3/9/2003
Bhuwan, yes deep thoughts as Debs said "This is the story of human
Please forgive us, dear God
And teach us to cherish those things,
Which are closer to our heart, and
Accept the things as they are "
I confess I am guilty of the first stanza...
Excellent write Bravo my friend Poet.
Reviewed by Joel Raja Kumar J 3/9/2003
Wise words and very true. We always long for what is not with us

Love from Coimbatore - Joel -

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