Treasure Island

Nikhil Parekh

(27/08/1977 / Dehradun, India)

penalizing hell


When the impeccable infant spread its arms towards the
heavens; it was blessed with; overwhelming happiness
and unprejudiced innocence,

When the scorching deserts spread their arms towards
the heavens; they were blessed with; ravishing
tumblers of bountifully fragrant water,

When the withering flower spread its arms towards the
heavens; it was blessed with an astounding battalion
of stupendously redolent petals,

When the dilapidated castle spread its arms towards
the heavens; it was blessed with; insurmountable
grandiloquence and its lost crown prince,

When the philanthropists spread their arms towards the
heavens; they were blessed with; the astronomical
tenacity to alleviate impoverished mankind,

When the disastrously parched lips spread their arms
towards the heavens; they were blessed with; an
enchantingly everlasting smile,

When the horrendously blind spread their arms towards
the heavens; they were blessed with; an Omnipotent
vision to sight beyond ordinary human kind,

When the massacred mountains spread their arms towards
the heavens; they were blessed with; an invincibly
towering summit; shimmering majestically in all
seasons and light,

When the trembling spider spread its arms towards the
heavens; it was blessed with; unprecedentedly long
strands of silken web; for it to rejoice till
indefatigable times,

When the brutally pulverized ant raised its arms
towards the heavens; it was blessed with; formidable
strength and a celestial dwelling to survive with
infinite more its kind,

When the treacherously imprisoned birds raised their
arms towards the heavens; they were blessed with;
countless more wings to fly; soar unitedly in free
space; till times beyond pragmatic life,

When childless couples raised their arms towards the
heavens; they were blessed with; the most
magnificently royal impression of their kind; an
astounding replica of their blood; an fascinating
evolution of their kind,

When the ruthlessly fractured bones raised their arms
towards the heavens; they were blessed with; Herculean
power to confront any evil that confronted them in
their way; a harmoniously coalesced framework to march
towards revered righteousness,

When the horrifically barren farms spread their arms
towards the heavens; they were blessed with; divinely
blooming crop; marvelously pacifying the hunger of;
those weeping towards extinction,

When the tyrannically tortured slave spread its arms
towards the heavens; they were blessed with; the
spirit of perpetually celestial freedom; granting it
glorious reprieve from the hands of its barbaric
master,

When the wounded soldier spread his arms towards the
heavens; he was blessed with; unfathomable resilience
to fight for his motherland; disseminate the Godly
spirit of humanity; in every frantically fighting
religion; alike,

When the devastatingly crippled spread their arms
towards the heavens; they were blessed with; supremely
gratifying attributes of life; bonding them with their
ultimate mission of existence,

When the overwhelmingly famished heart spread its arms
towards the heavens; it was blessed with; immortal
oceans of love; propelling it to exist for infinite
more births to come,

And when the uncouthly murderous devil spread his arms
towards the heaven; he was blessed with; only the land
of hell; hell; and penalizing HELL. 

Submitted: Sunday, August 17, 2014

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