I remember, in my childhood days; my grandmother used to tell me to go to temple and worship the God. There is a beautiful and magnificent temple of God Hanuman Ji in the backyard of our home. The temple was built by my late grandfather and it is still there even today reminding us of him. We used to go to temple and worship Him every evening after returning from our school. It was a good habit inculcated in our soul by our grandparents, but gradually I lost my faith in Him due to some circumstances and started to believe in atheism. Now I am a atheist but I have respect in my heart for those who are theist, because being a religious person makes you an honest and good person. I have written few lines over my this experience and hope you will like this-
I Knew; You were there; often I saw You shouting on others.
I called You many a times; irrespective of space and place.
'You were listening to me.' it was known to me very well.
But no response from your side made me surprise like a hell.
Little things happened in life, when You and me were together.
But time has changed and I negotiate your existence.
'Come here, in front of me'; to prove You are there.
Otherwise I'll exclaim 'You are nowhere;' 'You are nowhere.'
Many says 'It's all your creation' when I see the nature.
I glance the Sun, stare the moon and enjoy the rainy season.
The whole universe makes me feel like a small tiny creature.
And I still don't know 'What am I doing?' in your age old feature.
It's nice many worship You and down their head.
'Is it makes You feel pleasure, when You give us the pain?'
They says 'You are the one;' 'You are the only one.'
But I says, 'You are none;' and will not waste my time in vain.