SALINI NAIR

Veteran Poet - 4,759 Points (kottayam)

Peace


Stillness that perverted
Randomness in the queue
There walk the mischief
Mind set as a battlefield
There arises the thirst of love
But the dryness won't produce the rain
There arises the lament of mind
In that hue it loses its peace
There arise the nihilism
There in the hunger it takes the weapon
There mind set to be a warrior
Peace a thing above the heaven
Still it won't up to be its height
Then in the low world it searches the evil
The ladder up to the dream world
But peace never synchronize on that lawn
There the lonely dream drape and uproar
Peace the way to harmony
That synthesize within a happy mind
But a dream yet to fulfill …………

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Submitted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Topic(s): peace


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