Treasure Island

ramesh rai

(13.12.1955 / howrah)

The Mighty Sword


The Mighty Sword
My dear Friends
What do you think?
Why do you think?
God has given you the Mighty Sword
No atomic power can destroy your sword
Quick! Hold up, get a-head
The time will teach you
How to use and when
Then you will never be back
You will disperse all obscure
And get the world under a cloudless sky
Beneath all will inhale a fresh air
Colors of flower petal will be
As bright as your sword
The entire creation will bloom up[
Under your sword
The nightingale will sing a melodious song
The cuckoo will quest for sweet melody
Birds will be chirping with full joys
Rivers, cascade, streams will be flowing
With full spirit
Peacock will be dancing
Beneath the open sky
Peace will drizzle with full vigour
Stars will giggle and wink
To see you with your sword
Moon will bestow all frigidity
Sun will bless you with full warm
Hurry up! Catch it
The Mighty Sword is your pen.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 26, 2013

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