Page 1, The poem lays stress on never-say-die spirit of the man via clouds . The good work done by us never goes in vain .
AMONG THE CLOUDS
Clouds you rain and it seldom goes in vain
Recklessly going in vain showers of knowledge;
Immediately changes the face of earth
As quickly goes down the temperament of maiden;
Man’s knowledge gives nature only misery and pain
As gives the farmer land barren.
Cloud’s journey begins from tear filled pot
But it never fails to heal a fuming mind,
The result of virtue always sweet and calm,
Human mind soaked in culture refined, theories divine,
Has uttered words, produced action
Which fail to find mention in evil’s regime?
Clouds frozen with icy treatment are still happy,
Obsessed with their duty fulfill it with sincerity and never weary,
Rarely their sincerity touched the level of attentive concentration,
But the murderer gets applause for his acts insane.
O clouds thou shall never accept your defeat
For how long one has seized fragrance of sandal?
Stopped honey from being sweet!!
O Fate: You can not like always stop me from feeling great.
Because someday I will leave the sinful world,
And my soul among the clouds will get most desired rest .
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