teddy aswani

Free Heart

It's called meditation
Heart and soul reconciliation
Filled with torments.
In need of hope
And daring to elope,
Steep as the slope
Is the society we have to cope.
The conscious have been gagged
Their innocence mugged,
Our souls bagged
Taken by the good evil
White clothed devil.
Time will tell
What will erase the spell
Walking aimlessly on their trail
Hoping one day purity will prevail
And sanctity will not derail.
Illusions, division, decision,
Words will never explain
This spine crashing pain
Of the modern domain.
Earth is peculiar
Somehow unfamiliar
From wild to tame
Human blood is same.
Listen to your heart
Not other people's word squirt.
The best heart providence
Power of true resilience
Make us part of the high
You and I..
Who and why
Cant we see the time?
Surely it is prime
I wish it was a mime
For actions are louder.
In all weather
Let's condemn discrimination
Noone deserves condemnation.
Man on a mission!
Feelings engulfed in a fusion..
We have to move
For it is time to prove
And approve! !

Submitted: Monday, October 07, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 07, 2013

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