Saturday, 9 January 2010

COMPASSION

Caring to alleviate
Overt sympathetic act
Manifestation of empathy
Passion to help
Available to reach
Selfless little act
Seldom seen more
Innate in some
Oblivious in many
Never late, learn
For Acrosticonly

5 Comments:

  1. rdl said...
    Nice attempt on the theme.
    Nalini Hebbar said...
    compassion, I am afraid, is missing from Indian hearts...reminded of the Thirununveli incident... sad sad public lives of our representatives of the people
    Amias said...
    this is a very good attempt ... and yes, it's sad, but as human beings we have to learn compassion.
    Amity said...
    Hi Saras;

    i've been trying to visit your blog even last week, but due to poor net connection, your page does not load at all, that's why not only in your blog that i can't load, even others that am following.

    you hit the right chords here in your compassion acro...:)

    and yes, one thing more, i try to avoid reading other's acros, not until am done with mine coz i want my ideas to be unique when i write the prompt...:)

    please bear of my absence in your blog...:)
    Missy said...
    I enjoyed the walk through Compassion here. Nice travel too.

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