Prachi Agrawal

(6-sep-1996 / India)

Blind World Poem by Prachi Agrawal


We’re seeing everything with blind eyes
And judging everyone with closed eyes
We don’t realize the broken dreams
And the path that should be seen.

We listen with def ears
Move with an attitude of ‘who cares’
We say only words like ‘I’ and ‘me’
We don’t talk, we chatter.

By saying humans have become animals
Why insulting animals
Humanity is confined only in a few hearts
Is anybody sure to find an ultimate cure?

Submitted: Thursday, November 10, 2011
Edited: Friday, December 09, 2011

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  • Freshman - 685 Points Birgitta Abimbola Heikka (1/9/2015 9:36:00 PM)

    Very true. Loved it. (Report) Reply

  • Gold Star - 6,238 Points Jayatissa K. Liyanage (1/9/2015 8:50:00 PM)

    A very timely and appropriate poem. Quite intuitive too. It deserves to become the poem of he day. Congratulations! (Report) Reply

  • Silver Star - 3,360 Points Patricia Grantham (1/9/2015 5:33:00 PM)

    Humanity has lost contact with one another. It is most of the time mine, I or me and not
    we, us or ours. Time to come together in harmony. Good write. (Report) Reply

  • Silver Star - 3,360 Points Patricia Grantham (1/9/2015 5:33:00 PM)

    Humanity has lost contact with one another. It is most of the time mine, I or me and not
    we, us or ours. Time to come together in harmony. Good write. (Report) Reply

  • Silver Star - 3,556 Points Bhargabi Dei Mahakul (1/9/2015 1:40:00 PM)

    Yes humanity is going down because brutality is increasing due to loss of values in life. This is making the world blind in thought and action. Really thought provoking poem shared on. Nicely penned. (Report) Reply

  • Bronze Star - 2,463 Points John Richter (1/9/2015 12:50:00 PM)

    I'm impressed with this poem. This idea, or the general feeling that I think Prachi is attempting to portray is that humans view ourselves as sanctimonious while assuming others are somehow lesser. Earlier this week several people were killed in a French magazine company by men who were offended over how that magazine portrayed their religion and their prophets or creator. That was certainly not an act of love, which their faith truly espouses. Enterng the debate blindly - as Prachi suggests - we see only the terrorists as evil. But at the same time would a loving person disparage his neighbor with insults as the cartoonists did? I'm not saying the artists at that magazine are to blame, but if they had not done that then would this have happened? The cure in my opinion is respect. We can think of ourselves as spry and funny, intelligent and trendy, or that our belief in religion makes us better than those who have different faiths, but the bottom line is we do not have the right to disrespect others. Certainly not by killing them. But also by not being offensive to them. Faith, and love, is something very intimate shared between each of us and our eternal creator. Religion is run by devils. The cure is to spend more time nurturing the former and more time carefully scrutinizing the latter. (Report) Reply

  • Gold Star - 12,043 Points Kim Barney (1/9/2015 8:00:00 AM)

    We listen with deaf ears...
    or in other words, we don't really listen.
    Well done, and congratulations for having this poem selected as poem of the day on January 9 for three consecutive years now! (Report) Reply

  • Gold Star - 13,881 Points * Sunprincess * (1/9/2014 1:00:00 PM)

    .........a wonderful poem....let's not insult the animals....great thoughts (Report) Reply

  • Veteran Poet - 1,409 Points Kay Staley (1/9/2014 8:23:00 AM)

    The beautiful truth of this poem makes us humans sound as awful as we truly are. The author implies that we have lost our perspective and only focus on ourselves. We have lost what we could have accomplished and our low character is worst than animals. Animals can be excused; they do not know the truth, we know it and don't use it and that is far worse. The author says that humanity is still confined in a few hearts and it makes the reader ponder whether their heart is among the living or the dead. This poem could be more inspiring if it gave us a emery to this situation or if it had darker imagery that made us give in to despair. Good poem overall; not a great rhyme scheme but decent. I admire it because it says what the author thinks without any remorse. (Report) Reply

  • Veteran Poet - 1,842 Points Babatunde Aremu (1/9/2014 7:06:00 AM)

    This thought provoking. Great write! Kindly read my poems and comment (Report) Reply

  • Veteran Poet - 1,445 Points Soumita Sarkar (1/9/2014 4:26:00 AM)

    Truth embodied.......in few lines...sure we are impaired to the truth.Thanks.I invite you to read my poems. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 27 Points Alistair Graham (1/9/2014 2:47:00 AM)

    Feeding Tube

    If when you’re awake you are sleeping
    I suggest the food, you stop eating
    If you’re reading clap-trap
    TV-viewing pure crap
    From a putrid breast you are feeding (Report) Reply

  • Freshman - 974 Points Jasbir Chatterjee (1/9/2014 2:42:00 AM)

    the poem is good, but the generalization is too wide..But congrats on being chosen as poem of the day...Congrats, PH, and keep up the good work! Giving every poem a chance to be the poem of the day is a good way of encouraging everyone to read and write poetry... (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 0 Points Julianna O'bar (1/9/2013 9:59:00 AM)

    Love this poem! Very insightful and beautifully written. Yes, humans have in some cases (or more than some) become animals. I hope we find the cure! (Report) Reply

  • Gold Star - 29,101 Points Gajanan Mishra (1/9/2013 3:12:00 AM)

    Wonderful poem for humanity. thanks.
    Is anybody sure to find an ultimate cure? good. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 395 Points Ency Bearis (1/10/2012 1:48:00 AM)

    such an insightful poem, but I can't comprehend with def ears, maybe you meant deaf ears (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Deep Mukherjee (1/10/2012 1:42:00 AM)

    Nice thoughts; expressed beautifully by powerful writing............ (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Prachi Agrawal (11/11/2011 4:24:00 AM)

    thank you very much i appreciate each comment
    thanks for voting too (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 125 Points Romeo Della Valle (11/10/2011 7:03:00 PM)

    Wow! What a powerful and well penned poem that really moved me! In this amazing write you clearly show your human values and your poetic talent, I take my hat off in your honor, Prachi! Keep inspiring the World with more of your talented works! God Bless You! Love and Peace for always! Romeo from New York City! , ... (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Neagu Geta (11/10/2011 11:56:00 AM)

    hi, dr Prachi, i sow that ur age is very small, but ur lirycs are the best wich i see...and i meen with that at ur message from u poem.u put all the world mistakes in those lirycs..and from my syde, is very good rited and composed, in every way.I m not the best poet or critic, but this is my opinion.now..i wish that u ride my poems too and tell me ur opinion about them, many of them are love poems.i have much more of them to rite....on a book at home.bye. (Report) Reply

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