"The Braves Arise "
by Arman Koul
(Age: 11 years)
We think we know so much
About science, money, laws, life and all that stuff
When really all we know is nothing
We know very little if even something.
For think of all the things still to be found
The species to be discovered, the new plants in the ground
The inner self, the outer space
A new different race
So now the unknown seems like a nuisance
It hides from us what we need to know
And makes us feel very low
But the unknown really isn’t that bad
It shouldn’t make us sad.
Because without the unknown there would be no questions
There would be no thinking
Not even a suggestion
So the unknown makes us think to the future
The unknown gives us something to look forward to
It might not seem like it but the unknown helps us.
*Arman Koul is a 11 years old, 5th grade student from Andover, MA. He enjoys reading, music and sports, not necessarily in that order.
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Dear Arman, Very well written poem. Our little aru is turning into a poet. I agree, we should never fear the unknown. Love sanjay uncle and sharda aunty
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Hi Arman! Great work! Your insights are really interesting and even more they are so nicely put together in the poem. Love, Iha Didi
Added By Iha Kaul
Hi Arman,your blank verse on the science of unknown is facinating.It is full of philosophy born of deep thoughts those have prompted human nature to explore and discover the unknown.Keep it up and you will find your own ways to solve all riddles of life.
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