ayodhya

Posted: September 30, 2010 in india, loved ones, school, thoughts, universe
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ayodhya

removed the old… placed creed and caste over it
fought with brothers and killed our sisters
slayed the young and bled the elders

the men who become gods
whose temple and mosques they want to build
had given a message clear to all who heard their prayer
live like one and love equal to all

cheers of my caste, symbols of my motherland
what came first is the race here
have not learned, humans we have to be first
cheer for love and not the kill

guns fire and swords slay to break
lives destroyed are not easy to create
ask the 18 year old who still weeps for his father
dead he was the day they destroyed

practice your faith live your vows
say no more
no more of this bullshit
we the people shall not fight
people will come together to build a new school

school of thoughts which preach human rights
human beings around me lets start being human
create a world where we live without fear.

three parts equal
as we were now we shall be one
hope they have learned their lesson
people aren’t fools anymore, politicians please do hear
we want to be one don’t make the gullible ones suffer

peace we shall have
land of our gods will be happy
flowers will bloom and boards will be removed
bravo judiciary you made em all proud

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Comments
  1. Marinela says:

    Nicely written poem, enjoyed it very much!

  2. I too wish the “bullshit” would stop…but in the meantime, we must protect ourselves from those who refuse to listen 🙂

  3. Punit says:

    NIce one AShu, really…

  4. Fiola says:

    nice one ashu…

  5. Trisha says:

    i am so happy and proud for the maturity displayed by indians this time. i was very worried. extremely worried. it turned out dreamlike.

  6. Jamie Dedes says:

    Your situation there is so complex, and I wouldn’t pretend to understand it … I appreciate the values and concerns you express here, Wise. I also must say that it was wonderful on Indian Independance day the way so many bloggers blogged their pride and their unity … It was inspiring and heartwarming “mature” as Trisha would say …

    I like to believe that everywhere in the world, in the end, true human values will out …

    Fine poem, well wrought and well considered with a good flow to it …

  7. trisha says:

    Every indian should read your poem and remember its words, when we are provoked next time we should say that tempter to get lost forever.

  8. Jingle says:

    This is sweet,
    well done,
    keep smiling, carry pride of your mother land.
    cheers.
    xxx

  9. Kavita says:

    Strong words.. even stronger emotions!! I concur with each word u said, man!!
    Good stuff!

  10. Reflections says:

    Nice write, powerful words so often unheard. May we continue to speak them lest they be heard.

  11. well written. Keep writing…..

  12. Shashi says:

    Its beautiful… I am from the place and could feel it all alive.. thanks for sharing.

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  13. Sumit Sarkar says:

    Beautiful…A great message is displayed through your poem…
    Thank you for sharing this… 🙂

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