Treasure Island

Neela Nath


Nisha, The Night


Truth rises and lie lies
near your feet, you know.
The bitterness under the cloak
of falsehood can never dominate
any soul.
Don't you know the story of
time, the best judge?
The filthy smell can ever
hide the fragrance of rose?
None can get the cherished
thing in this short time-span.
Even Lord Vishnu comes to the
earth for his unfinished mission!
We have to come to this earth
again and again, until our desires
burn in the wheel of time.
Nisha, the night won't come
for you and me....
No poem will be written.
I know the virtue,
the purity of soul,
how to keep.
To curse me, don't
blemish the god-given
tongue!
I know the right path,
choose your right way
soon and very soon!

Submitted: Saturday, February 23, 2013

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