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Bharat Mehru

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Say something


Rise from bed
say something
be it a poem from Majboor
or a song of Sehgal
say something
Don't remain lying like this

Get up - open your eyes
say something
A song cannot succumb
to any disease
A verse cannot be strangulated
by any malaise

Open your eyes
say something
people starving for a mere smile
tell a tale which makes them agile

Get up - open your eyes
say something
be it a Majboor's poem
or a Sehgal's song
open your eyes -
break this silence
say something...!

Submitted: Friday, August 03, 2012
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