LESSON-ONE ETHICS

LESSON-ONE ETHICS

A Poem by JENY
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Some straying thoughts.

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LESSON ONE- ETHICS


 

So noisy is their life

For clutters they surf

 

Clutters help them hide

What Jesus would have chided

 

Jesus loved Magdalena

They are in love with Kareena

 

Love of Jesus forgot flesh

But they loved only for flesh

 

They thought night is safe

In the day there is so much to bluff

 

Day is a time for white cloth

Their night donned in sloth

 

Night told them day is in the offing

They are comfortable with scoffing.

 

Comfort was their quest

But they know not how to rest

 

Knowing rest can make you comfortable

For knowing you should be ‘able’

 

To be able you should be noble

To be noble you should be lovable.

To be lovable you should…

Marry love

Give birth to love

Eat love

Drink love

Spit love

Blow love

Touch love

Embrace love

And die in love.



© 2010 JENY



Author's Note

JENY
Kareena is a famous Hindi film star

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Honestly, I couldn't follow some thoughts here, but it's still a very meaningful piece. I definitely love the last several lines. I love the way you describe love as something so mundane and yet so powerful. People should really bask themselves in love.

Keep Writing. ^___^

Posted 6 Years Ago


I have some trouble following the different ways of saying this and that in American English and your countries colonial English But I think I understand.I did not know that India was at all christian Is it ?


Posted 7 Years Ago


Hi Jeny,

Yes, Kareena Kapoor. Very famous. Very beautiful. Very earthy and Ballywood. A very nice counterpoint.

"Jesus loved Magdalena
They are in love with Kareena"

They are worldly and do not seek any higher meaning.

I've got to say I like your poetry. I have a bit of a challenge because America English and perspective is a lot different that Indian English and perspective. I've seen this before in the writings of other Indians and I've experienced this first hand in two rather lengthy trips to Indian. But "Westerners" can get through this and see the fine underpinnings of your work. You have a nice contrast going here between the spiritually substantial and the fluff of more ordinary life.

Yes, knowing should be empowering. Why isn't this more common? I think the answer is that generally there is no real "knowing". There is the superficial sophistication, but there really is no deep knowing. That's very uncommon.

This was greatly enjoyed. A very nice piece of writing. Congratulations.

Best regards,

Rick

Posted 7 Years Ago


I like this poem. The story at beginning brought me in. I love the ending. You are correct. Love of life and all things will create peace and calm in a life. A outstanding poem. Thank you.
Coyote

Posted 7 Years Ago


You are really good and it shows here:)

Posted 7 Years Ago


This is good. The only thing that threw me off was that sometimes you used rhyme and sometimes you didnt. But otherwise, it was well written.

Posted 7 Years Ago


Interesting format. A few things didn't rhyme. Nice twist on love...not just a sappy poem:)

Posted 7 Years Ago



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Added on April 25, 2010
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Kerala, Thrissur, India



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