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Title of Poem II The quest II

The quest
See the sunrise and sun set
Glittering stars and glowing moon
See the blue of vast sea
The horizon and the picturesque green
Wilderness of deep forest
No roads no maps no gods
They have divided
To have the world of their own
By fighting with each other
But man by his madness
Run for the sun to hang it in his sky
Bleed the moon to bring black sad
For his neighbors
Only to be delighted all his way
He does not listen to the call of the universe
Call of the rivers blue of the oceans
Only soak, soak, and soak within
Till he builds his tomb and graves
He cuts and divides god impatiently
Like bread and potatoes
Inducing drugs fanatic
Adding jelly of vanity over it
However, god weeps for love
But his madness
Decide the fate of god on gunpoint
Wild heart and savage eyes
Being afraid of them
Sons and souls of the god's say
I am Hindu
I am Muslim
I am Christian
Buddhist and Persian
However, nobody says
God is one for all
Do not forsake and divide
Do not bleed and fight
Let us hug and feel that
We are from same Eternal soul
Universal goodwill is only goal
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Submitted on February 07, 2013

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