sania harris

Rookie (2/10/94 / Abu Dhabi)


Two nights and two days
The terrorists attacked our beloved people
their hearts were shattered in all ways
While the blackcats destroyed the steeple

60 hours they shook our country
Wrecking the beautiful Taj
Crammed in chaos, the people flee
For a safe, secure state

Some lay victims, on the battle field
Hurt and crying…all they can do
Their families now left without a shield
What’s happening? They have no clue!

On Nov 26th, India looked upon Bombay
To the once beautiful terrain
They cry seeing the blood flooded land
They sigh as the gunshots deafen their ears

But proud, our India will ever be
To say we never accepted defeat
Crawling fast on hurt knees
Our soldiers, they proved peace

That day, India will never forget
The day when Bombay was attacked
Hurling aside the creepy threats
India, will once again prosper!


Submitted: Saturday, November 29, 2008


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  • Rookie anurag duggal (3/11/2009 2:05:00 AM)

    well hats off to your talent once again a lovely tribute to the victims of the bombay attack victims.... (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Sebastine Humaemo (12/23/2008 11:50:00 AM)

    beautifuly penned sania......will pray for the victims forever.........unless people accepts the truth that, blod shed wont get a solution for a sure such unhuman incident wont come to an end...........sebastine... (Report) Reply

  • Rookie premji premji (12/12/2008 5:10:00 AM)

    dear nia,
    sure we can trust our soldiers...
    but what about our stupid political animals?
    10 votes (Report) Reply

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