Friday, January 11, 2013

Ants

© Written by Tarang Sinha





Proceed, like hard-working ants,
Taking up responsibilities, 
sometimes more than your capacity
With indelible determination
Focusing on the target
Adopting togetherness
And amity!


Shared @ Poets United



12 comments:

  1. Good theme.Hard work never killed a man.

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  2. Well said ... ant though small, is a real inspiration !!!

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  3. Lovely poem Tarang! The first article I've written was on ants :) Thanks for reminding those memories :)

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  4. Great post, love those working ants.

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  5. @ Rudraprayaga: Thanks!:)

    @ Green Speck: You're right! Thank you!:)

    @ Valli: Article on ants...nice!:) Thank you!:)

    @ Irene: Thank you so much!:)

    @ Me: Thanks so much!:)

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  6. It is funny how hard working a colony of ants are and how well they work together. But then if you try to put them with another colony I think they will kill each other and even eat their own dead. Other than that I guess ants are okay. They work harder than any human is capable of working and I am not even sure they ever sleep. Hmmm, will have to look that one up.

    Such a nice and descriptive poem that says a lot about us, especially nowadays. It seems as if anyone who has a job has to work twice as hard as they did a few years back, well if you are in the private sector, government workers rarely worry about losing their jobs, so they work as little as they always have, or at least the majority of them. Must be nice to not have to worry about losing your job. I knew I should have gone into government work but I missed the boat.

    Thanks for sharing this for Theme Thursday. Always wonderful to have you join us. I hope you are having a restful weekend.

    God bless.

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  7. This is the best advice I've gotten in a long time. I'm going to imitate the aunt. Nice write.

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  8. Put this way, an ant becomes totally inspiring! well done!

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  9. Something to learn from them, something to admire. The picture fits your words. Nice.

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  10. @ Mrsupole: Glad you liked it! Thank you so much for your comment!:)

    @ MyrnaR: Thanks a lot for saying so!:)

    @ Sherry Blue Sky: Thank you!:)

    @ Susan: Thank you!:)

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  11. Would that we all were so industrious! My son-in-law is a researcher working with ants, among other creatures. Their adaptations and team functions are amazing.

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