“Seed of life”


A seed,

that turned into

a vital tree,

has magnum of power

than a granule of dust

that contributed in a castle

a seed ..

that our soil of motherland

needed to sow

to grow trust

in all breeds

a seed

a land ever looked for

a seed

to hatch

to brood over

to believe to see

gushing out blood

from bottom to tips

spurting out courage

to fight

to drag dirt to pit

to kiss flag of truth

to run to prove and solve

the mystery of this race

to quench the thirst

of ages, of births

to eternally learn

to sustain and to merge

to know when to born or

when to die

..

to stop this cycle..

or to live or to die

….

there needed a seed

seed of forgiveness

that has grown more trees

that had begotten

another seed.. of trust

that we digged out

after

we lost hundred times

that we again took birth for

and left those bodies for

a lesson of self trust

or to distrust elements,

in worldly matter

that seed we could not see

was visible

even to a blind

that was felt without even a touch

t’was always a choice

to learn, to know

to sow and to water

that seed

seed of love

..truly

was the seed ….. of life.

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2 thoughts on ““Seed of life”

  1. This is good. I especially like these two stanzas

    a seed ..

    that our soil of motherland

    needed to sow

    to grow trust

    in all breeds



    there needed a seed

    seed of forgiveness

    that has grown more trees

    that had begotten

    another seed.. of trust


    that seed we could not see

    was visible

    even to a blind

    that was felt without even a touch

    t’was always a choice

    to learn, to know

    to sow and to water

    that seed

    seed of love

    A Perfect Ending !

    Way to go!

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