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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

To earthquake victims by Nilotpal sarmah

Captive I am to your unsettling plight
as you are, of mother’s harshest of truths,
world’s shocked eyes on these cruel sights,
pain, even time, is detained to soothe.
Mother’s uncharted heart, whose dark rhythm,
caters to death’s dreaded but imminent dance,
a break on the victimized mortal’s freedom,
and silent turns life’s hope-tuned cadence.
Submerged houses and burning industrial structures,
preceding phase of which have sufficed with living
to all you humble souls, unfairly now you suffer,
and to the lost souls we are all grieving.
Industrial spillage and ensuing alarm,
a gruesome reminder of a war torn phase,
may all hands join and keep you unharmed,
with hopes that this war, may no life have to face.
Mother’s rage the children has to confront,
caring minds and helping hands are our power
to their brother’s woes nations will step forth
to cleanse it out of this storm-hit bower.

i wonder if  they can see usa down there.


\ BLAN-dish-muhnt \  , noun;
Speech or action that flatters and tends to coax, entice, or persuade; allurement -- often used in the plural.

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  1. i dont think they can see us up there ;) i like your peoms though. going 2 follow you!

  2. This is very nice, good choice!

  3. Thumbs up for this man. It was an absolute tragedy.

  4. Excellent poem. I hope those cats over in japan are okay.

  5. I think it's wonderful that people are doing all this writing for the victims. That picture is creepy and scary.

  6. I really like this one, sad but hopeful...

  7. A deep poem about the sad tragedy :(

  8. I've been away for the last few days, I came home hoping for some good news about Japan....I wrong =/


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