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Chandra sekharan

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Blasting of Moon & Sun


Bombing and blasting of our beloved moon
Though a scientific feat
Pains my heart and will hurt
Everybodys heart
One of the prettiest sights
We could watch from our earth
Is drifting full moon amidst dark clouds
As toddler I used to stand
On riverbank
Either side with sprawling, vast, greenish, paddy field
And watch moving moon in sky
Moon was witness for several millions of romances
Moon also would have wept now
When man – a most cruel animal of earth
Bombed on its surface and generated huge dust

Our next target could be burning solar surface
If sun is bombed, blasted and finished off
We all should be happy
Earth will be shrouded by darkness
We will be free from all miseries
We suffer by exposing to light and cancerous solar rays
Such as infra red and ultra violet
We will be totally liberated
No racial, religious, colour based, linguistic, discriminations
No king and queen, no president, no ministers, no judges,
No police, no expensive global climate control
International seminars and conventions
All are equal, all are masters
We can eat, drink and dance in darkness
We would realize value of darkness by eliminating
All manmade dogmas made only for the benefit of few
Law makers and dictators,
Self styled or undemocratically elected

Submitted: Monday, October 19, 2009

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