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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Blasting Us At Free Will

You rip us apart
Raping our fond memories
At the Gates of Law
Where Law keepers
Are not mute by watchers.
You sneak into our backyards,
While animals are busy stealing
Our paradisaical gardens,
You turn yourselves
Into flesh eating maggots,
Gnawing at our innocent existence,
Turning us into grotesque reminders
Of all those explosions- breaking
Us into blood coated pieces of sparkling mirrors!

It is not just today's blast-
It is not today's gory morning-
It is in the age-
Where you love burning
Fireworks in your flesh.

( My words of protest with regards to the Delhi High Court Blast)


Bhavna said...

so true......all this happen and we just stand their watching and let them do what they want

JANU said...


Bina Biswas said...

good one

Chintan said...

last para says it all...fireworks in our flesh indeed!

from freedom to terror, wonder if things have changed for worse...

Anonymous said...

Powerful writing! Well done!

My entry this week:

Hariharan Valady said...

Very well written.I join you in your protest. In fact everyone should.

Venkat Parthasarathy said...

Intense... very well expressed.

The Cello Strings said...

I feel the anger in your words.
eloquent and lovely writing.

Happy Poetry Picnic.

sibi said...

Are we helpless? Who will pay the price for the innocent blood!

pri said...

a very powerful and angry post...

we are all helpless against this terror which is striking our country at free will and that is what is most irritating!

all we 'mango junta' can do is hope for safer times against..

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Ann LeFlore said...

Oh so powerful

Aakash Kokz said...

Bitter truth, very well expressed ..

India's no.1 blog said...

Aptly said...the day is not far when blasts wont even get page 3 coverage...but for those who have lost a loved is just the beginning of a hard to forget chapter...i would say corruption and terror are two sides of the same coin as they often end up hurting the innocent victim...

Nitin Jain said...

Dont blame your helplessness to what is attributed to lack of Political will! Perhaps we need to channelize our anger and energy to bring in the necessary changes!

AdiSin said...

Can feel your rage!! Well written and expressed.....very straight-forward and no sugar-coating! i loved it!

Rajendra Raikwar said...

good one

Farila said...

Very powerful... touched my heart