Lost My Vision
Lost My Vision2 mins 345 2 mins 345
We are wise,
Have dull faces.
In civil courts,
Burdened with many cases.
We have money,
Have become pony.
Burdened with cumbersome duties,
Forgotten all about the natural beauties.
Singing and dancing became the days of the past,
Have nothing except gloominess to cast.
Vision has become very sophisticated,
All happiness, innocence and mirth got liberated.
One day, a child pointed at the trail of smoke in the sky,
Cherishing the scene, I wanted to fly.
Soon I realized the sky has never been seen,
Because neither I was interested nor I was keen.
Despite having everything,
I have nothing.
A child has nothing,
But has everything.
Now I wonder how I became a fool,
Perhaps I was busy in collecting the happiness tools.
Miserably forgot, happiness is not a thing,
But a human’s nature.
Those who understands it,
Make their future.