Treasure Island

Aftab Alam

(15 th April 1967 / , , RANCHI,)

Must break the silence; It's my request in brief.


Clouds of thought hover, over my mind,
I crop to drop deep; ways are yet to find,
Silence of the world has killed humanity,
Why can't we raise our voice amid infirmity?

Ah! We have much religion for the blindness,
Yet humanity is the best religion for kindness,
The wheel of the nature needs balanced pivot
Who is pushing into the dark mire; the carrycot,

Clouds hover, the silver dark with lining red,
Cries as thunder, thought blunder; tears rain,
Frowned face with disgust, happy to be led,
I disappointed, lost hope, suffering with pain,

The dirt layered in the mind that blurs our eyes,
Disgusting filth is so beautiful to the blinded wise,
One must see this world with his naked mind's vision,
Must see the beauty within and outside with the reason.

Let the wheels of peace and humanity go on,
We must love each other without kinky frown,
Lest this world dies with, sorrow and grief
Must break the silence; It's my request in brief.

Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2014
Edited: Saturday, August 09, 2014

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