Thursday, 6 September 2007

Against the Current

(1)

Things become really difficult
When you want to go against the tide.
Hasn’t technology yet invented a machine
to cross the ocean against the current?


(2)
The little stone dropped by someone out there
Caused quite a few ripples in the smooth water.
But what to do when creatures within
Start bumbling up and down,
Never allowing the ripples to recede?



(3)

If the clouds can move around,
hit each other,
thunder,
and rain,
Why not human beings?


(4)
Every answer leads to a question.
Answering questions can be difficult.
Especially when you yourself aren’t clear about things.
The problem is,
questions keep arising out of nowhere,
Like mosquitoes after monsoon.
Give me a permanent solution, Lord-

either preventive or curative.
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