Treasure Island

ANJALI KAKATI


“Love and Hate”


Its all there
in the mind,
Two emotions,
“Love and hate”.
Uncrowned Rulers
of all beings
Controller
of all deeds.

Evergreen dictators
Ruling the world
Since ages untold.

Love,
Make the world go round and round
Or simply
Make it tumble down.
For which,
One may cross thousand of miles
or
get buried alive below thousand tiles
Love,
For which
many laid their lives
And others,
Washed away many a tribes.
Its all there in the mind,

Hatred,
Conscious ego,
Unconsciously at work.
Thrives on
All the five senses
We are so proud about.

Hatred,
Its voracious appetite,
Wiped out
Civilizations
And
traded life for death.

Its all there in the mind,
Just two emotions,
“Love and hate”.

Uncrowned Rulers
of all beings
Controller
of all deeds.

Evergreen dictators
Ruling the world
Since ages untold.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, July 26, 2011

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