If you fail to change your decision

a poem by Reginold Ajay Jacob, India

If you fail to change your decision,
You have lost flexibility the art,
Supreme court can review its judgment,
Where have you lost that art?

Flexible is enshrined in Constitution,
They call it a living document,
Skeleton is always rigid,
Muscle and sinew shouldn't be hard.

Body hardens. as life departs,
Sign of life is flexibility,
Decide, reconsider, play your part,
Hard means brittle, play your part.

R. A. Jacob


I think fear is driving me crazy
God's love and spiritual poems
Let them raise an alarm
I think fear is driving me crazy
All my poems
Let them raise an alarm

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