From Sands of Time-Spirits of Pioneers
1.In the verses of venom
the blood of unquenching supremacy,
crested and perched
on meadowlands under
2.Thy gambled the nerves
of the settlers to somnolence
in peace of delusion! !
But in aversion...
a Featherstitch soleness
among them endeavoured
to rinse clans,
mumble heirs of twilights
and rise wings for new dawn
for freedom from adversity
with truth as eternity! !
its compendious-Independence! ! !
3.Savour of thy sands
sing truth songs in voices
for souls of offsprings
to ignite further....
for freedom from adversity
with truth as eternity! ! !
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Poet's Notes about The Poem
The second stanza assures they(thy) were able to conquer because the island people(settlers) acknowledged their ways(somnolence) .But few of them learnt the melancholy and worked together(featherstitch soleness) to rinse differences between them, shut the superstitious mouths for new hopes of freedom with the principle of truth.This stanza ends declaring 'its complete story of independence from slavery.'
The third stanza calls for an attention of the new generations to take the principle truth ahead to safeguard themsleves from ruths, from the voices in sands of the featherstitch soleness(thy) .
Henceforth, different pioneers have different impressions on time yet the pioneers arouse with a cause have their pricinples as savours in sands of time.Thus, every peace won, after war bespeeches 'there are unhealed wounds bring the medicine of truth'.
I had earlier written this poem incomprehensible.I thank my readers who have revealed this and their truthfulness made me rewrite it with changes.
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