Madhav Sarkunde

(11/12/1963 / Paluwadi)

A New Universe

I think to create
A universe
Quite different
From the one
We live.
In it will be
No room for
Vices like
Doubt and

The fulcrum
Of it will be
Love born of
Pure feelings
None will vie
Madly for bucks
Nor will matter
Rule mind.
Only heart
Will matter

Thrived on
Creed and
Will be banned
For good

Will be religion
Free to all
Or the like
Won't be
To estrange

That is a craze
Of our world;
Will be held at bay
The voice
Sprung from
Truth embed
In our cells
Will lead
Our life
All means
Of joy will
Belong to none
But all.

The Electric bill
Everyone will get
A monthly notice
That he/she will die
Purpose of this act is
To remind him/her
Of futility of

Yet there are many
Things to adore
My creation with
If only you help me.

Without you my venture
Will be half hatched
I believe and believe;
That dovetailing of
Our souls will birth
A new universe!

Submitted: Monday, March 25, 2013
Edited: Monday, March 25, 2013
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