Isaac Maliya

Rookie - 48 Points (4th December / The People's Country! Where People Laugh From Their Hearts!)

A Beautiful World


The door always ajar
The expected always entering
In multitude calls and means
Into the beautiful world
They do not come back.

The food in abundance
The residents know no hunger
They have multiple choices
In that beautiful world
They do not come back.

The streets always luminated
The entrants know no darkness
In multiple colours they move
In that beautiful world
They do not come back.

They do not come back
Fearing hunger and hatred
Diseases and disasters
Calamities and wars
Tiredness and sin
Absent in that world?
Then it is a beautiful world!

Dedication: To Regina Nur Acub, fellow orphan,
who originated the wonder over the
Beauty of the Hades.

Thursday,17th September 1992.
Tete, Mozambique.

Submitted: Sunday, March 22, 2009

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  • Rookie Vinod Kumar (4/8/2009 8:19:00 AM)

    Great result of a great thought, we all are dreaming for that beautiful world, thanks for sharing,10+ (Report) Reply

  • Rookie ~ Jon London ~ (3/24/2009 10:34:00 AM)

    A stunning piece Isaac,

    You captured a wonderful scene and painted it a colour that blends with feeling and understanding.....Fab work my friend...10 (Report) Reply

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