Neela Nath


A Simple Task


Just told you not to drop it,
o the merchant of Madrid!
My heart is made of glass,
it's fragile, care it did need.
Look, thousand scars it does have,
how could I repair?
It has broken in many parts,
its pain who can share!
Tattered and scattered
it has lost its pure charm,
still it can beat and pump,
without doing any harm.
A simple task, I wanna give,
if anyone can do.
Pick up the pieces and
join them, if your heart is true!

Submitted: Saturday, February 16, 2013

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  • Hardik Vaidya (2/16/2013 7:15:00 AM)

    Subhan Allah Haripada Da, a brilliant poem, a poem that beats, a poem that lives, a poem which still believes what a pretty little thing. (Report) Reply

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