Ambrosia Ambrosia


Don’t Bury Those Pair Of Gems


Hey all, stop for a while
Ever thought of bringing back a smile
On those children’s face with your gems

Oh! those precious pair of eyes
Saturated our life with enough hues
Is it not a sin to bury those? wait for a sec.

Try mimicking a blind for couple of minutes
Imagine you going blind after a day
Is not it a dreadful experience?

High time to open your closed eyes
Peep in to their scary dark eyes
Like to draw an enchanting rain bow in it?

Just they need a thin layer of your eye
Your nod does miracles in those ill-starred
Donate to see a light of the galaxy, why wait?

Submitted: Monday, October 28, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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Personally I feel it’s no less than a sin to bury eyes. All dear poets join hands to bring awareness about eye donation. I have donated, have you?

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