Aftab Alam

(15 th April 1967 / , , RANCHI,)

A Beautiful Sun Rise


Once in a dark moon less night
Went upstairs and sat to watch the
Heaven with my foggy thought
That ran on the carpet of mind
Many shooting missile, meteors
Came to this earth ward
I thought, at least one must come to me
Perhaps there might be some message
From profundity

Like lighting my mind remembered
That read somewhere in long past
“When Satan goes up heaven
In the realm of Lord’s throne to spy
The guard angels they throw stones
And that stone like a fire came to earth
And ahead target the Satan unseen,

My reason to get that stone was not bad
I thought and with curiosity again gazed the star lit sky
Again came in my mind
There are seven layers of sky
Sky over skies
The sky I happen to see through my eyes
Whether it is sky or skies

I was lost weaving my dream
My mind disturbed me and whispered within

I have a thought bird in my cage
That can fly unmeasurable

Once thought can conceptualized the Lord Almighty
Why can’t you get answer of your question, my master?
You are my universe within I fly through your blood
All types of Galaxies you keep
Why spoiling me and my world?
Why unnecessary out heaven you peek

Hearing conversation within
Opened my eyes
Awoke I was
With beautiful sun rise

Submitted: Thursday, December 19, 2013

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