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"#OpenPoetry people say that if it is not okay... then it is not the end... i say that end is end.... after end u cant say, this is not the end"

#OpenPoetry people say that if it is not okay...
then it is not the end...
i say that end is end....
after end u cant say, this is not the end

End is end

5 Love

"SOMETHING I LOOK AT-93 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Wars end in defeats Both the victor and vanquished suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage to humanity and its collective conscience, and both having bleeding wounds deep inside that can't be shown to anyone else. In its womb grow the seeds of future wars In it manifests man's innate urge to subjugate In it a vivid display of ego and animosity, a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty. The world wars tell it all The victory of pride and greed, emotions and passions, ego and vanity over rationality and peace and all that makes the world such a beautiful place to live in. The darkest chapter of human history speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched and the sheer madness to achieve it by all means. Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory of forces inimical to man and his development It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished. Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times. Hiroshima speaks emphatically The world can ill afford another tragedy We are to understand its language, keep the wound alive and bleeding to see and reassess it time and again. We are the same as we were then having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy flowing in our artery and vein. Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end to the arms race and make the world a better place to live, love and relinquish. ©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018"

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-93
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Wars end in defeats
Both the victor and vanquished 
suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage 
to humanity and its collective conscience,
and both having bleeding wounds deep inside
that can't be shown to anyone else.

In its womb grow the seeds of future wars
In it  manifests man's innate urge to subjugate 
In it a vivid display of ego and animosity,
a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty.

The world wars tell it all
The victory of pride and greed,
emotions and passions, ego and vanity
over rationality and peace and all 
that makes the world such a beautiful 
place to live in.

The darkest chapter of human history
speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched 
and the sheer madness to achieve it
by all means.

Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory
of forces inimical to man and his development
It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished.

Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times.

Hiroshima speaks emphatically 
The world can ill afford another tragedy
We are to understand its language,
keep the wound alive and bleeding
to see and reassess it time and again.
We are the same as we were then
having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy  flowing in our artery and vein.
Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end
to the arms race and make the world
a better place to live, love and relinquish.

©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018

#something I LOOK AT-93
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Wars end in defeats
Both the victor and vanquished
suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage
to humanity and its collective conscience,
and both having bleeding wounds deep inside
that can't be shown to anyone else.

In its womb grow the seeds of future wars
In it manifests man's innate urge to subjugate
In it a vivid display of ego and animosity,
a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty.

The world wars tell it all
The victory of pride and greed,
emotions and passions, ego and vanity
over rationality and peace and all
that makes the world such a beautiful
place to live in.

The darkest chapter of human history
speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched
and the sheer madness to achieve it
by all means.

Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory
of forces inimical to man and his development
It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished.

Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times.

Hiroshima speaks emphatically
The world can ill afford another tragedy
We are to understand its language,
keep the wound alive and bleeding
to see and reassess it time and again.
We are the same as we were then
having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy flowing in our artery and vein.
Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end
to the arms race and make the world
a better place to live, love and relinquish.

©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018

6 Love

"SOMETHING I LOOK AT-93 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Wars end in defeats Both the victor and vanquished suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage to humanity and its collective conscience, and both having bleeding wounds deep inside that can't be shown to anyone else. In its womb grow the seeds of future wars In it manifests man's innate urge to subjugate In it a vivid display of ego and animosity, a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty. The world wars tell it all The victory of pride and greed, emotions and passions, ego and vanity over rationality and peace and all that makes the world such a beautiful place to live in. The darkest chapter of human history speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched and the sheer madness to achieve it by all means. Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory of forces inimical to man and his development It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished. Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times. Hiroshima speaks emphatically The world can ill afford another tragedy We are to understand its language, keep the wound alive and bleeding to see and reassess it time and again. We are the same as we were then having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy flowing in our artery and vein. Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end to the arms race and make the world a better place to live, love and relinquish. ©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018"

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-93
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Wars end in defeats
Both the victor and vanquished 
suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage 
to humanity and its collective conscience,
and both having bleeding wounds deep inside
that can't be shown to anyone else.

In its womb grow the seeds of future wars
In it  manifests man's innate urge to subjugate 
In it a vivid display of ego and animosity,
a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty.

The world wars tell it all
The victory of pride and greed,
emotions and passions, ego and vanity
over rationality and peace and all 
that makes the world such a beautiful 
place to live in.

The darkest chapter of human history
speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched 
and the sheer madness to achieve it
by all means.

Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory
of forces inimical to man and his development
It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished.

Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times.

Hiroshima speaks emphatically 
The world can ill afford another tragedy
We are to understand its language,
keep the wound alive and bleeding
to see and reassess it time and again.
We are the same as we were then
having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy  flowing in our artery and vein.
Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end
to the arms race and make the world
a better place to live, love and relinquish.

©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018

#something I LOOK AT-93
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Wars end in defeats
Both the victor and vanquished
suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage
to humanity and its collective conscience,
and both having bleeding wounds deep inside
that can't be shown to anyone else.

In its womb grow the seeds of future wars
In it manifests man's innate urge to subjugate
In it a vivid display of ego and animosity,
a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty.

The world wars tell it all
The victory of pride and greed,
emotions and passions, ego and vanity
over rationality and peace and all
that makes the world such a beautiful
place to live in.

The darkest chapter of human history
speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched
and the sheer madness to achieve it
by all means.

Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory
of forces inimical to man and his development
It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished.

Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times.

Hiroshima speaks emphatically
The world can ill afford another tragedy
We are to understand its language,
keep the wound alive and bleeding
to see and reassess it time and again.
We are the same as we were then
having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy flowing in our artery and vein.
Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end
to the arms race and make the world
a better place to live, love and relinquish.

©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018

5 Love

"Failure is not the end Take a step as you will, In the run may you descend. Stand again, don't you stop, Because failure is not the end. The darkest it gets, Don't lose the sightless sight, May you stumble on the silhouette of fright, Failure is not the end you have to fight. Crumbled, barbed, the infinite path, Despair, broken,tedious you are, Take a step, as you crave in the empty chants, Failure is a stoppage not the end. As you trudge towards the mountains and mounds, The route will grim as you look, The losing fear caught in you, But take a hesitating step because failure is not the end. Taste a failure once or twice, In the misdt of echoing voice, Remember, success is another side of a coin, Everyone will know the story behind, Because failure is the start not the end."

Failure is not the end

Take a step as you will,
In the run may you descend.
Stand again, don't you stop,
Because failure is not the end.

The darkest it gets,
Don't lose the sightless sight,
May you stumble on the silhouette of fright,
Failure is not the end you have to fight.

Crumbled, barbed, the infinite path,
Despair, broken,tedious you are,
Take a step, as you crave in the empty chants,
Failure is a stoppage not the end.

As you trudge towards the mountains and mounds,
The route will grim as you look,
The losing fear caught in you,
But take a hesitating step because failure is not the end. 

Taste a failure once or twice,
In the misdt of echoing voice,
Remember, success is another side of a coin,
Everyone will know the story behind, 
Because failure is the start not the end.

#Failure

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"Fri(end) Boyfri(end) Girlfri(end) Bestfri(end) Everything Has an End Except Family Fam(ily) Has 3 letter's That Say's I Love You."

Fri(end)
Boyfri(end)
Girlfri(end)
Bestfri(end)
Everything Has an End
Except Family
Fam(ily) Has 3 letter's
That Say's I Love You.

 

5 Love

"#OpenPoetry people say that if it is not okay... then it is not the end... i say that end is end.... after end u cant say, this is not the end"

#OpenPoetry people say that if it is not okay...
then it is not the end...
i say that end is end....
after end u cant say, this is not the end

End is end

5 Love

"SOMETHING I LOOK AT-93 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Wars end in defeats Both the victor and vanquished suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage to humanity and its collective conscience, and both having bleeding wounds deep inside that can't be shown to anyone else. In its womb grow the seeds of future wars In it manifests man's innate urge to subjugate In it a vivid display of ego and animosity, a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty. The world wars tell it all The victory of pride and greed, emotions and passions, ego and vanity over rationality and peace and all that makes the world such a beautiful place to live in. The darkest chapter of human history speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched and the sheer madness to achieve it by all means. Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory of forces inimical to man and his development It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished. Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times. Hiroshima speaks emphatically The world can ill afford another tragedy We are to understand its language, keep the wound alive and bleeding to see and reassess it time and again. We are the same as we were then having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy flowing in our artery and vein. Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end to the arms race and make the world a better place to live, love and relinquish. ©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018"

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-93
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Wars end in defeats
Both the victor and vanquished 
suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage 
to humanity and its collective conscience,
and both having bleeding wounds deep inside
that can't be shown to anyone else.

In its womb grow the seeds of future wars
In it  manifests man's innate urge to subjugate 
In it a vivid display of ego and animosity,
a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty.

The world wars tell it all
The victory of pride and greed,
emotions and passions, ego and vanity
over rationality and peace and all 
that makes the world such a beautiful 
place to live in.

The darkest chapter of human history
speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched 
and the sheer madness to achieve it
by all means.

Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory
of forces inimical to man and his development
It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished.

Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times.

Hiroshima speaks emphatically 
The world can ill afford another tragedy
We are to understand its language,
keep the wound alive and bleeding
to see and reassess it time and again.
We are the same as we were then
having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy  flowing in our artery and vein.
Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end
to the arms race and make the world
a better place to live, love and relinquish.

©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018

#something I LOOK AT-93
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Wars end in defeats
Both the victor and vanquished
suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage
to humanity and its collective conscience,
and both having bleeding wounds deep inside
that can't be shown to anyone else.

In its womb grow the seeds of future wars
In it manifests man's innate urge to subjugate
In it a vivid display of ego and animosity,
a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty.

The world wars tell it all
The victory of pride and greed,
emotions and passions, ego and vanity
over rationality and peace and all
that makes the world such a beautiful
place to live in.

The darkest chapter of human history
speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched
and the sheer madness to achieve it
by all means.

Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory
of forces inimical to man and his development
It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished.

Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times.

Hiroshima speaks emphatically
The world can ill afford another tragedy
We are to understand its language,
keep the wound alive and bleeding
to see and reassess it time and again.
We are the same as we were then
having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy flowing in our artery and vein.
Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end
to the arms race and make the world
a better place to live, love and relinquish.

©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018

6 Love

"SOMETHING I LOOK AT-93 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Wars end in defeats Both the victor and vanquished suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage to humanity and its collective conscience, and both having bleeding wounds deep inside that can't be shown to anyone else. In its womb grow the seeds of future wars In it manifests man's innate urge to subjugate In it a vivid display of ego and animosity, a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty. The world wars tell it all The victory of pride and greed, emotions and passions, ego and vanity over rationality and peace and all that makes the world such a beautiful place to live in. The darkest chapter of human history speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched and the sheer madness to achieve it by all means. Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory of forces inimical to man and his development It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished. Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times. Hiroshima speaks emphatically The world can ill afford another tragedy We are to understand its language, keep the wound alive and bleeding to see and reassess it time and again. We are the same as we were then having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy flowing in our artery and vein. Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end to the arms race and make the world a better place to live, love and relinquish. ©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018"

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-93
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Wars end in defeats
Both the victor and vanquished 
suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage 
to humanity and its collective conscience,
and both having bleeding wounds deep inside
that can't be shown to anyone else.

In its womb grow the seeds of future wars
In it  manifests man's innate urge to subjugate 
In it a vivid display of ego and animosity,
a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty.

The world wars tell it all
The victory of pride and greed,
emotions and passions, ego and vanity
over rationality and peace and all 
that makes the world such a beautiful 
place to live in.

The darkest chapter of human history
speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched 
and the sheer madness to achieve it
by all means.

Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory
of forces inimical to man and his development
It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished.

Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times.

Hiroshima speaks emphatically 
The world can ill afford another tragedy
We are to understand its language,
keep the wound alive and bleeding
to see and reassess it time and again.
We are the same as we were then
having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy  flowing in our artery and vein.
Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end
to the arms race and make the world
a better place to live, love and relinquish.

©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018

#something I LOOK AT-93
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Wars end in defeats
Both the victor and vanquished
suffer alike, incurring loses huge and unacceptable, causing irreparable damage
to humanity and its collective conscience,
and both having bleeding wounds deep inside
that can't be shown to anyone else.

In its womb grow the seeds of future wars
In it manifests man's innate urge to subjugate
In it a vivid display of ego and animosity,
a naked parade of hatred and jealousy, a blatant esire to remain at the top in an unequal world of squalor and poverty.

The world wars tell it all
The victory of pride and greed,
emotions and passions, ego and vanity
over rationality and peace and all
that makes the world such a beautiful
place to live in.

The darkest chapter of human history
speaks volumes of man, his craving for identity, a place unmatched
and the sheer madness to achieve it
by all means.

Hiroshima bears testimony to the victory
of forces inimical to man and his development
It tells how sad and pathetic life can be, how man and his madness can put an end to everything he has lovingly built and nourished.

Hiroshima witnessed the harrowing tales of many, their wounded ego and shattered life, the poignant deaths of thousands who were yet to see the world and live a life and those who survived death and endured a life more pathetic and horrible than dying death hundred times.

Hiroshima speaks emphatically
The world can ill afford another tragedy
We are to understand its language,
keep the wound alive and bleeding
to see and reassess it time and again.
We are the same as we were then
having the same instincts, pride, ego and jealousy flowing in our artery and vein.
Hardly we understand the language of peace and love, but for the sake of our own survival we are to restrain our hunger for more power and territory, put an end
to the arms race and make the world
a better place to live, love and relinquish.

©Smruti Ranjan Mohanty 4.8.2018

5 Love

"Failure is not the end Take a step as you will, In the run may you descend. Stand again, don't you stop, Because failure is not the end. The darkest it gets, Don't lose the sightless sight, May you stumble on the silhouette of fright, Failure is not the end you have to fight. Crumbled, barbed, the infinite path, Despair, broken,tedious you are, Take a step, as you crave in the empty chants, Failure is a stoppage not the end. As you trudge towards the mountains and mounds, The route will grim as you look, The losing fear caught in you, But take a hesitating step because failure is not the end. Taste a failure once or twice, In the misdt of echoing voice, Remember, success is another side of a coin, Everyone will know the story behind, Because failure is the start not the end."

Failure is not the end

Take a step as you will,
In the run may you descend.
Stand again, don't you stop,
Because failure is not the end.

The darkest it gets,
Don't lose the sightless sight,
May you stumble on the silhouette of fright,
Failure is not the end you have to fight.

Crumbled, barbed, the infinite path,
Despair, broken,tedious you are,
Take a step, as you crave in the empty chants,
Failure is a stoppage not the end.

As you trudge towards the mountains and mounds,
The route will grim as you look,
The losing fear caught in you,
But take a hesitating step because failure is not the end. 

Taste a failure once or twice,
In the misdt of echoing voice,
Remember, success is another side of a coin,
Everyone will know the story behind, 
Because failure is the start not the end.

#Failure

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1 Share

"Fri(end) Boyfri(end) Girlfri(end) Bestfri(end) Everything Has an End Except Family Fam(ily) Has 3 letter's That Say's I Love You."

Fri(end)
Boyfri(end)
Girlfri(end)
Bestfri(end)
Everything Has an End
Except Family
Fam(ily) Has 3 letter's
That Say's I Love You.

 

5 Love