jayaraman balasubramaniam

Rookie (6TH MARCH 1952 / SALEM, INDIA)

Anti - War= Peace (a Poem Dedicated To Dr.Md.Fakhruddin)


Miracle has to happen – To
Open their eyes for heaven!
Honoring their (true) voice – We
Are able to scale down the noise!
Mutual give and take is the way! – Our
Mindset work for all the gay!
Educate the children for anti-war! – To
Dedicate one and all without Bar!

Father of the Nation shown the way!
Accept the reality to pay!
Kind enough to deal with case to case -
Human race will not be after chase!
Remembering all is brotherhood! - Our
Unbreakable love changes their mood!
Draw a boundary around the world!
Destroy weapons deploy defense;
Initiate love and peace for a shift! - All
Natural powers will honour the gift!

Submitted: Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 30, 2013
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This poem was written on the occasion of 'Poets International' seminar held at Bangalore during 2011.

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