Rayan Ali

(22 June-1996 / Murree-Pakistan)

Free Of Life

They are the ones
Who don’t see the world
With some black glasses
But with eyes full of hope
And with not a single
Doubt in them.

They are the true artists
Who can paint a yellow spot
As the sun
And everything with a new look
Giving it a new life
Just by their imagination.

They are the ones
Who sink deeply
Into one’s soul
Just to understand them
And to refresh what they have
Hidden deep down inside.

They are the shadows
Protecting us
The angles beside us
And the clouds above us
Showering their call on us
And giving it’s every wish to us
In it’s every drop.

They are the true leaders
Who will stand up
And step forward
For even one voice
To call upon them
And raise their chances
To bring just and right.

They are the ones
Who have opened the doors
Towards success and aim
And to do something in life
And to let our imagination
Pass through them
To the place
Where it all recollects.

They are the ones
Who don’t judge anyone
Or point fingers at anyone
But are always happy
With what they have
Even if they are alone
Just by themselves.

They are the seven skies
They are the heavens
And the seven seas
They are our tomorrow, our now
They are what we believe in
And who we can trust upon
And who we can always count on.

They are who put something
Into this dead space
They are who imagine
More than what they have
They will some day bring justice
And they are the true followers
In whatever they believe in
They are, indeed ‘Free Of Life’.

Submitted: Monday, August 03, 2009
Edited: Sunday, September 13, 2009

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