V P Mahur

Rookie - 659 Points (Apr 16,1964 / Siyana (UP) , Bulandshahr, India)

Loss of Moral Right Poem by V P Mahur


The colours of brotherhood
Have shaded
All the feelings of true love
Have eroded
Honest senses of mutual help
Have corroded
The flowers of compassion
Have faded
All the tears of inner mercy
Have traded
In fact the real soul of
The festival of colours
Has vanished
Somewhere in selfish flvours of
Enmity, hatred, egotism,
Betrayal and barbarism
And buried deep in the layers of
Self centered modernism
How one can enjoy
The satisfactory joy
Where the purity of feelings
Has become an alloy
All ugly, bitter inhuman stings
Festivals are meant for
Harmonious interactions
But our cunning tendencies
Used them for social fractions
If we are not true to the innocence
Of our colourful festivals
We have no moral right
To celebrate
And win false laurels

Submitted: Monday, March 17, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 17, 2014

Topic of this poem: loss


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Composed on Maach 17,2014.

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