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Fortune and fame is the road to glory
To obtain unfold your energy
Playing unethical games
In various different names.

Thus the conquest of life begins
Trying the whole world around you to spin
But when fuel vaporises
For your success you learn the price.

Answers to success is not in people’s mouth
Nor from outside it can be brought
It lies in putting your efforts cards on table
By driving resources from inside and being simple.

4 Comments

  1. Parespeare says:

    It lies in putting your efforts cards on table
    By driving resources from inside and being simple.
    these lines beautifully mold and form this wonderful poem
    well written Sir

  2. Vishvnand says:

    very beautiful, succinctly meaningful poem.
    Liked immensely.
    Same idea but told in a different manner is my Hindi poem “Adarsh…!”

  3. sonal says:

    nice poem.

  4. Gion Gion says:

    “Answers to success is not in people’s mouth
    Nor from outside it can be brought
    It lies in putting your efforts cards on table
    By driving resources from inside and being simple.”
    Good conclusion, keeping one’s head clear and feet on the ground. Simple poem but well conveyed message

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