Ashram Ashram


FRIENDS AND FOES Poem by Ashram Ashram


FRIENDS AND FOES

Friends and foes same people different feelings of same cores
Captured by emotions of love and anger colors of horizon
Difference of opinions from alliance to malice sway of factors
Of convictions and resources too disdainful to find right solution
Alienating from mutual ground at variance of their staunch beliefs
Not seeing eye to eye over looking the common bond
Of being humans rafting the rivers between reefs and bluffs
Feeling the wind in face drawing water from same pond
Journeying in the same road taking steps towards the skyline
Which is same irrespective of where it falls in time
Whether in sunshine of the sun or in falling rain
End is same may be together or apart in whim

Will be too late to reconcile when wisdom drowns
Vision of being the member of clique of same barns

Submitted: Friday, January 09, 2009

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