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Avoid a Mad Rush

Harish Mamgain is passionate about writing. He loves poetry.

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Avoid a Mad Rush

This is my seventh alphabet ( abecedarian ) poem. The current age is full of cut throat competition, and guys are much overburdened with pressure of curving out a special and remarkable niche for themselves. Getting ahead of everyone is not a bad idea. But if such attitude makes one a maniac and a depressed guy, it is useless. After all, life is for living and not for frittering away in constant tension. This tiny poem speaks about a contented, balanced, and calm life which avoids " zilch "( a thing of no importance ). Besides zilch, I have included a word " Xenobiotic " ( something foreign to body ).

Avoid a Mad Rush

Awesome beautiful
Calm demeanour
Ebullient fortunate gait
Having independent
Joyous kind loving
Moments
No overbearing
presumptions
Quietly relishing
Serene tracks
Utopian virulent worries
Xenobiotic yearning
Zilch

Harish Mamgain

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© 2020 Harish Mamgain

Comments

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 03, 2020:

Thank you Ruby for your generous comments. I 'm pleased that you liked this poem. I find my way up to letter "w" but for appropriate words beginning with letters x, y, and z, I have to look them up in a dictionery or other sources. Doing all this for creating a meaningful poem is really a great fun.

Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on February 03, 2020:

This is my favorite of your alphabet poems. You do them very well!

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 03, 2020:

Glad you liked this alphabet poem Eric. Thanks for you kind visit and generous comments. I really enjoy creating such short poems. It is so much fun.

Eric Dierker from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A. on February 03, 2020:

Such a great notion. For some reason I just did not notice the "abecedarian" nature on first reading it just seemed to float in reflection. So i reread with the style in mind. You get an A+ in both areas. I do some writing in some areas where someones lifestyle is in jeopardy and the other writer wants to take that away -- pure competition.

Harish Mamgain (author) from New Delhi , India on February 03, 2020:

Hi Nikki ! Abecedarian poetry is an old form and a great fun to create poems. Glad it touched you. Thanks for taking your time to read it and present kind comments. I appreciate your support and encouragement.

Nikki Khan from London on February 03, 2020:

Great message you conveyed, Harish.

Looking up is such a long road to pursuit which doesn't get you anywhere.