bhupender swarnakar

(2-10-1995 / earth)

26/11 terror attacks


On the 26/11 night
When Mumbai was full of light
Hotel Taj had an awful sight
Friend do you feel was it right

When terrorists attack hotel Oberoi
It was not at all a flash of joy
Police and terrorists had a horrible fight
Friends do you experience was it right?

When Nariman Point was full of terror
The story became a little horror
The commandos jumped from a height
Friends do you think was it right?

So friends lets get united and fight
To stop terrorism and light
The world with joy and little bit competition
To make it a place of wonderful exhibition

Submitted: Monday, April 19, 2010

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  • Gita Ashok (8/21/2010 1:36:00 PM)

    This is a beautiful and poignant composition. Well done. Your closing lines are really great! (Report) Reply

  • William Lindenmuth (7/1/2010 1:45:00 PM)

    any senseless taking of innocent lives is not right
    there is far too much hate in this world
    but hatred is not enough to justify murder (Report) Reply

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