Contentment: The five senses


© Kamalpreet Singh, 18th December, 2013

You should be satisfied,

As you have been beautified,

With the splendid senses five,

Without which you can’t imagine to thrive.


With Your excellent eyes,

You can see the superb sunrise,

The sweet smile of your lover,

And your charming face in the mirror.


With your eager ears,

You can hear the words so clear,

The romantic rhythm of the song,

And the laughter of your friends along.


With your not-numb nose

You can smell the aroma arose

The fantastic fragrance of the rose

And the stall of the momos


With your tangy tongue

You can taste everything among

The flavor of your favorite ice-cream

And the spicy spaghetti extreme


With your screening skin

You can touch everything here-in

The feel of lover’s kiss

And the bliss you can’t miss…!


There are people without these boons,

Who have to suffer the typhoons.

You are lucky to have them well

Be content and enjoy the spell.


We should thank the almighty for what he has given us

because what he gives is the best for us…

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12 thoughts on “Contentment: The five senses

  1. stopping in from anthropologyandlove, I liked the rhythm of this poem and the thoughts it conjures up of early love, true love. thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. Pingback: Contentment: The five senses | From guestwriters

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