Reena Ray

Rookie (03-06-64)

Let Us Dream Together


Lets us come closer,
And dream together,
Dream of a world,
Which is full of joy,
Dream of a life,
Having no trace of sorrow,
Having abundance of,
Smiling faces,
And cheerful weather,

Lets us come closer,
And dream together,
Of a world where there
Is no trace of fear
Fear of bomb blast,
Fear of abduction,
Fear of a war,
Fear of any disruption
Fear of loosing someone,
Very dear and close to
The heart

Lets us come closer,
And dream together,
Of a toddler and child,
Playing in a garden,
Running after a butterfly,
And her parents while,
Looking at her,
Keep on smiling with amusement,
Their faces not showing any trace of fear.

Lets us come closer,
And dream together,
Of an old grandpa,
Who is not lonely,
Not discarded by his children,
Rather, he is laughing in full pitch,
While recollecting the nuances,
He used to make in his childhood,
And sharing his thoughts,
With his grand children.

Submitted: Friday, August 12, 2005

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  • Rookie - 154 Points Dr.subhendu Kar (9/9/2008 3:49:00 PM)

    the story of the dream never ends there
    it is all in continnum years after years.................wonderful dream by all incompleteness, yet wrought ingenious luscious green,10+, thanks for sharing (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 183 Points Palas Kumar Ray (8/17/2008 11:45:00 PM)

    ____________Dream so cherished, Dream so judicious, Yet Dream afar______
    ____________ Very much contemporary.Good work done_________________(10) (Report) Reply

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