Indira Renganathan

Hopefully Yours - Poem by Indira Renganathan

Praises to Thee Lord of Heavens
Satan and sins, Thy desire
Gave us fear
This time last year
In nocturnal December
Tsunami butted us on to despair

Praises to Thee Lord of Heavens
Evil and suffer, Thy desire
Gave us deluge to expire
Again in nocturnal November
This grave year
An unforgettable misery somber

Praises to Thee Lord of Heavens
Thou glee shall flee
Perishing with us souls eerie
Pounce on here to see
The unseen destinstion under an estuary-canopy
A seething change herein are we

Praises to Thee Lord of Heavens
Thrusted by the torrential rain
With tyrannic might the quaffed whole main
Mounted numbers of fallen lives down slain
Unhappy sign
Thy Mercy shall stop the chain

Praises to Thee Lord of Heavens
Sooner rings the New Year
Pictures of gone history poor
Be it pictures mere
Shan't be hung any more
Shan't be born any more
And Thy Mercy, will commend gaiety?
Hopefully Yours...

Comments about Hopefully Yours by Indira Renganathan

  • Rookie - 0 Points Samanyan Lakshminarayanan (5/3/2009 9:10:00 AM)

    a lovely write mam....i wrote one on the same subject in tamil...thank you mam for your comments....i have posted''...'the natural learner'
    'human shield'
    the reasoning apparatus'
    'a wish' (Report) Reply

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  • Rookie shreedhar.Shree Bangalore, INDIA (4/5/2009 12:37:00 PM)

    Vanakkam AkkA Indira :)

    Are you holding the LORD responsible - for all the tragic occurances to the human lot, in this poem...... am WONDERING!

    Kindly ENLIGHTEN me. my mail Id:

    AM BLESSED for the ABUNDANT Generosity in your comment to my poem.
    i have also written another one, : 'Tarry a little........ my DREAMS! ';
    which abegs your Meternal attention.

    With earnest regards and
    best wishes for a REWARDING week!
    -thanbishree (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 17, 2008

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