BHARTI CHANDWANI

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Lend Me A World Almighty


Lend me a world, Almighty
Full of love and bliss…
No hatred, no envy neither
Cruelity prevails……
Where flow the rivers of transquility,
Where fly the birds of divine sovereignity…
Where the philanthropic flowers
Blossom, and people worship
The religion of humanity….
where everyone is equal,
can breath fraternity.
And where freedom is one’s birth right.
No dungeons of superstitions,
Untouched by the termite of
Corruption……

Neither war nor blood,
No barbarous deed.
No walls, no hedge….
Kill all the vice weeds.
Where people true and fair…..
Smile reigns on lips there.
Like bees, their hard work and determination…
Smell sweet their sweat, that empower the
Nation.
Lend me a world, Almighty…
Shower love and bliss..
No hatred, no envy, neither
Cruelity prevails…………..

Submitted: Monday, March 10, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 10, 2014

Topic of this poem: dream


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