Why you've fear, when I'm here?

a poem by Rajaram Ramachandran, India - poetry writer, author, poet

Why you’ve fear,
When I’m here?
Why shed a tear,
I’m not clear?

You’re every year,
Grown up in fear,
That brings you tear,
When you aren’t clear.

Show always a cheer,
In place of a tear,
That will, my dear,
Drive away your fear.

If still you’ve fear,
When I’m near,
You turn deaf ear,
To my words, dear.

I’m now clear,
That you’ve no fear,
Nor let a tear,
Down below your ear.

Note: Saint Shiridi Sai
Baba said, "Why do you
fear, when I'm here?"
Even today, he gets up
from his Samadhi (Tomb)
and helps those who pray
for his help. I had this
experience for the last
65 years.)

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