veeraiyah subbulakshmi

LIberal democracy... Poem by veeraiyah subbulakshmi

Would you cross the borders of nations and oceans,
To spray the mighty waves of freedom and devotion,
In which, all are the same under the hammer and constitution,
Let us gossip about the possession of will and determination,
That emerges from the thorny flesh of the cognition,
As the bouquets and bunches of exponential vision,
That can predict the weather of wealth in calculations,
Man, they have done that in their backyard discussion,
They have kept their kitchens at their entrance,
Women are not at home to immerge in doubtful confusion,
The Gods are not petitioned, challenged and needed donations,
When they evolve from the innocence of tantric illusions,
Would you travel across the borders of nations,
To let us to taste your fruits of multiple variations,
Those grow from the good soil of truth and obedience,
but, we have to grow you in our own soil to see you in person,
As many have done and succeeded for many generations.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 20, 2013

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