Poetry For The Cause by Dharmpal Mahendra Jain

Poem Title: Poetry for the cause Poet Name: Dharmpal Mehendra Jain Poem: A poem must be simple, like counting. You utter a number and the next follows on its own. On and on it goes, linking one to the other until reaching Infinity. Like counting, a poem should be clear to us all: we must glean the value of each digit, and that value remains unchanged anywhere in the universe it may explore. Odds and evens, as in numbers, both carried in each poem, and whatever the digit is becomes an integral part of the number. As in counting, a poem gives value to zero with its digits, and from the front lead the people who are declared insignificant. End of poem. Credits: Copyright © Dharmpal Mehendra Jain Born (1952) and raised in tribal reserve of Jhabua, India, Dharm is a Toronto based Author. He writes in Hindi and has five published books- three collections of satirical essays and two collections of Poetry. He is a columnist for two prestigious journals Chankya Varta and Setu. His works have appeared in prestigious Hindi journals across the world. He is currently working on a full-length collection in English. facebook.com/djain2017 www.dharmtoronto.com