Mature Democracy - Poem by dr.k.g.balakrishnan kandangath
Friday,16 May 2014
Nascent Poetry-13- Mature Democracy-17-5-2014-dr.k.g.balakrishnan kandangath-from Kattoor,80702, INDIA.
17-5-2014-from Kattoor 680702,
'Dictato rship naturally arises from
democracy, and the most aggravated
form of tyranny and slavery out of
the most extreme liberty'.
Over Ordeal the Great;
Sanctum your children's
Not acrobat taught,
It is aught,
Your lactating note,
The lullaby, so sweet.
Your kids could smell the plot;
The dawn-dusk-dawn loot;
The strangulation knot;
Though not clever,
The solution, a way,
A trial they sought.
Mom, we are sure;
Dharma is in cover;
You incarnate as Savor;
That Moment we discover-
Yes, let blossom the hope-flower!
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