Esha Raazia


You Are Home - Poem by Esha Raazia

Who says, you are alone
When, actually, you are home
To all the love and hope
Yes it's true and not merely a poem!

I repeat, you're not alone
So you don't need to roam
With fears, tears, groans
Open wounds and aching bones...

You are warmly welcome
To my little green cottage - my home,
Have tea and together we'll phone
And all your worries will join us soon
Latest by evening or tomorrow noon;
Yes I'll make sure, you don't worry
None of them will be alive, rationally;
You're home to hopes, remember?
Now all your hopes will enter, no matter
If it's spring of April or fall of November!

Your hopes are returning home
Their shades and tones are updating too,
Come on, let's help your energy grow
Into a powerhouse that can be your sun in snow
And a big bang bucket of beautiful smiles
That can charge a million, trillion more!

Topic(s) of this poem: encouragement


Poet's Notes about The Poem

This poem is for those who sleep on footpaths and try finding energy from our stale, discarded leftovers. I aspire to make them feel loved and at home.

Comments about You Are Home by Esha Raazia

  • Jazib Kamalvi (4/21/2017 8:05:00 PM)


    A great and well written poem in the name of humanity. Thanks (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 21, 2017



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