He thinks thousand times,

still remains skeptic.

He wants to show others

that he is Mr. Perfect.

He wishes that everyone

would be like him,

so flawless and meticulous.

He scrutinizes, crosschecks,

proofreads and  still remain discontented.

He deliberately forgets that

If god were a perfectionist

there wouldn’t be any disease

death old age and decay.

If nature were perfect,

there wouldn’t be any calamities,

and great disparity among creatures.

If time were perfect,

past would be glorious

so too future and the present.

Perfect child is boring

and it ceases to be a child.

Perfection should gave way for

purity, perseverance and playfulness.


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