shubhen bhandare

Salvation Poem by shubhen bhandare

Take me away from this heavenly place,
The flower smiles once for all,
The trees bow in a courteous gesture,
The birds chirp a serene tune,
Implore me not to leave so soon,
Friends I had whom I would die for,
Always the ones I lived for,
I grasp the bough of trust,
For I leave with this hopeful feeling,
Mankind will someday be kind,
Selfishness will somehow vanish,
Towards a hopeful dawn,
Away from the dark night,
Journey to an eternal salvation,
My stay is on the verge of departure,
And the destination awaits my arrival.

Submitted: Monday, February 20, 2006

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