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Shila Sinha


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Words of senses

Brings out latent thoughts

Blooming like flowers of different shades

Unfolding the coloured petals

Spreading the fragrance everywhere

Palpating hundreds of hurtful souls

With syllables of solace.


Flames of phoneme

Ignites the spirit

Awakens it from the slumber

Enlivens for a new noble cause


Words of praise

Boosts up the ego

Makes us run for the extra mile

Evicting all ill wills


Words of power

Intensifies the urge

Sparkles the rage

Instills an Intent of desire

Speeding up the heartthrob

To win over the sword.


Utterances of emotions

From the core of heart

Softens the soul

With droplets of tears

Diminishing the hard feeling

Restoring the peace and the happiness.


Alfaz(words) of love

So pure so magical

Can turn the whole universe

Into an abode of heaven

No hatred, no guilt,

No revenge, no greed

Just compassion and love


That is the spell

The beauty, the charm

Yet again the strength of the words.

Submitted: Monday, July 29, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013
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Meaningful words can work like fire, bring any kind of change.

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