A Poem by Vinod Kumar U K

present present


He strictly followed

His master`s voice

But the neighbour not

To follow him


The poor guy

Totally against his customs

His belief and thoughts

How can he help him


His different activities

Leads to the unknown destination

How can he follow his master

To love your neighbour as yourself


One day he realised

The roots are differ and

The destination is same

Holy Master Smiles again..

© 2011 Vinod Kumar U K

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Posted 10 Years Ago

The roads may be different but the destination is the same.It may be true of all religions.They are different but God is one

Posted 11 Years Ago

We are taking different paths to get to the same place. I believe that any path, in a positive direction, will help us to find our friends. If we believe in one God or twenty, he or they will find us, because we will be together and so will they!

Posted 11 Years Ago

One should always follow His Masters Voice...but does one always have the same Master...the God of our Universe?

Posted 11 Years Ago

Very enjoyable read I found :)

Posted 11 Years Ago

Follow the Master above, outstanding write!

Posted 11 Years Ago

Wow! Very well written

Posted 11 Years Ago

This is a interesting write very well written

Posted 11 Years Ago

the Master's voice is a very nice paced poem, love the last line

Posted 11 Years Ago

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Added on August 9, 2011
Last Updated on August 16, 2011


Vinod Kumar U K
Vinod Kumar U K

Doha, Doha, Qatar

I am from India I would like to share my feelings to you frankly so please convey your views and verdicts of my posts. Poets are interacting prehistoric period until now all poems wrote in their mind.. more..


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