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:: Poems: Strings (Philosophy / Spirituality)
 

Two men quarreled over a push
And the bazaar watched the show
Soon the crowd passed remarks
But matter, none seemed to know

At first, it was a war of wit
The smarter versus the stronger
The crowd cheered the winner
As the smarter bullied the stronger

Then the stronger used his fist
And the crowd cheered again
The smarter was down to earth
Unable to take the cruel pain

Time swept their show
And the crowd began to disperse
The two foes walked their ways
With grudge in heart, to nurse

As the day reached its last
The crowd erased the event
Yet the foes remembered well
One - to cherish, one - to repent.

They rested, as sleep took over
Their hearts bearing the ivy Stings
Two silent eyes watched from above
Two steady hands held all the strings.

 




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