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I Am Fortunate To Suffer
by Bhuwan Thapaliya
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  I am poor.
I am sick.
I am hungry.
I am not
alive enough to live.
Pale, dark and lean,
I'm lifeless
like a corpse.
Sometimes, I want
to die, and then,
I shall no longer be
poor, sick and hungry.
But Oh! My dear God,
I curse you not
and accept my life
as your gift.
I keep my pains
to myself and
accept others pain
as my own.
Yes, I am fortunate
to suffer.
My suffering helps me
to understand
their sufferings better.
My ears are closer
to the mouth
of the dumb
and I hear
what they are saying.
I could hear
the agony of their life.
My eyes are closer
to the eyes
of the blind
and I see
what they are seeing.
I could see
the desolation
of their life.
Obstacles
torment them
but their hope
contents them.
They feed
on each other.
Oh! God,
have mercy on them
have mercy on them.
November 28 ,2004
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