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WHERE DEATH IS NOT THERE

TO LORD BUDDHA CAME A NEW DISCIPLE
HE WANTED TO KNOW HAPPINESS PRINCIPLE
BUDDHA TOLD HIM TO BRING FLOWERS
FROM HOUSE THAT HAD SEEN NO DEATHS
THE MAN SEARCHED EVERY HOUSE AND EVERY CORNER
HE CAME BACK EMPTY HANDED
REPORTED SIR NO HOUSE ANY WHERE IS THERE
DEATH HAS TOUCHED EVERY FAMILY EVERY WHERE
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WHERE DEATH IS NOT THERE, by Yashpaul Kalra 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 30 reviews.
G.M. Groll More than 1 year ago
Kalra has a deep poem, that while mentioning Buddha, could easily implore anyone, of any denomination. Sadly, the results would be the same. Well done, nonetheless!
Vijaya Ghanta More than 1 year ago
great
John Robert More than 1 year ago
Nice
Bharathy Easwar More than 1 year ago
The only constant in life is death.
Grateful if you could check out my poems too since I'm new to the forum
Dips Lawati More than 1 year ago
right decision 
Sonja Carnes More than 1 year ago
Where Death Is Not There!! Death is part of life, when it calls out my name,I will have to answer! Well done!I like this one.
R.H Ybarra More than 1 year ago

Very deep and very inspirational.

one must not fear the inevitable

Annette Keachie More than 1 year ago
I liked this poem!
Muhammad Khalid Khan More than 1 year ago
Nice
Amber Whitehead More than 1 year ago
nice
Jami Jonesie More than 1 year ago
Wowzers
amber talwar More than 1 year ago
The fact of life brought before us.
Md Munib More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed it
sonoo sonoo 5 months ago
divine words....thanks for sharing
check  http://poetry.com/poems/1769468-beauty-of-summer

Sweet Honey Dove 6 days ago
where death has touched a family,
bloom the flowers in your heart
to radiate compassion towards 
the grieving and the sorrowful

keep writing
and
sharing, Yashpaul, thank you
Colton Mikula More than 1 year ago
This is actually really awesome. Props.
Aaron Davis More than 1 year ago
I thought the poem was well done and has much to consider, but the all caps, and the grammar were a hinderance more than a help.
Hassen Gara More than 1 year ago
Well done .Please review my poem http://poetry.com/poems/1692141-I-STILL-LOVE-LIFE.Thanks
Corrine Sartin More than 1 year ago
The sad reality of life is this, what you have said, death has touched every door (unfortunately) x
Uma Natarajan More than 1 year ago
Good 
Bharathy Easwar More than 1 year ago
Please check out my poems too since I'm new to the forum.thanks
Coy Day More than 1 year ago
good
Katie Oslen More than 1 year ago
I love your poem.  I write as well and submit my work through various outlets.  Have you tried expressive Cafe at http://xpressivecafe.com/submit-your-xpressions/
Rick Wallace More than 1 year ago
I like it. I stumbled a little on the second to the last line. I had to read it more than once to understand. But perhaps the broken English in the poem lends an authenticity to some magical place far away.
ARUN MAZUMDER More than 1 year ago
well done
Jez Hunt More than 1 year ago
You did it in capitals, that added nothing to the poem. It is a moral story or euphemism which is OK but the grammar let me down. xx 
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