Vivek Tiwari

(23 July 1985 / Gaura (R.S.) Pratapgarh)

The Wall

I`m the strength and protection of homes
I`m the unity and division of homes
I bear the shelter upon my head
For ages and ages to give you shed.
When it rains, storms or thunders
I`m bold, stout and standard.

When your ancesters old and feeble
Rest comforted to rid the dwindle
I feel very happy
I feel my heart a better contented.

When many in numbers your kids infant
Play hide and seek, laugh and cheer
I feel the glad of estacy`s charm
When feels my heart their soothing warmth.

I`m the ears of serious secret
Serious to rise a serious havoc
But I`m quiet, series most
Muted lips for peace` sake.
I`m comforter, your trusted fellow
To sooth your heart of bursted emotions.
(you can burst out your emotions to me
to feel soothing comfort of light heart.)

When you fight your blood `gainst blood
When you fight to serious break
I feel deep down
I feel heart heart-wrek.

The greater strength me favour you do
The better a safety I yield to you.
The more you care to look me beauty
The more faithfully I perform my duty.

Your mansions, forts, castles and doms
Your all those temples, mosques and churches
All your monuments and buildings grand
Are all me powered, me powered stand.

Kings` and emperors` sense of safety
My strength comforted, my strength protected
Vast empires fenced large and wide
Bless`d with victory shared my pride.

I`m the strength of your lofty roofs
I`m the strength of your lofty mansions
I`m the strength of your safety
I`m THE WALL- your through out protection.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 19, 2013

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