Nash Thomas

Rookie - 104 Points (30-10-1979 / Kadammanitta)

White Ghost- The Holy White Ghost

I see a nun,
Walking by foot to market,
She is so violent,
Her face is full of cruelty,
Her face is lack of love,
Her face is lack of kindness,
Her face is lack of silence,
She is still a nun,
I still wonder…….
She became a nun from poverty,
When she became puberty,
She might be against it,
Fails to get love from parents,
Teaching under strict by religion,
Loosing all mercy views,
Then I see my friend with his little child,
When she passes, little child call silently,
Holy white ghost, Holy white ghost,
She is a teacher,
She is the head of school too-,
Where the little one is going,

On hearing the comment,
I like to say my dear nice one,
“You can tell the truth openly,
Openly without any fear,
You are born natural critic,
Critic from emotional sense,
You can tell more truth to the world,
You can tell it from the heart,
You can expose heartless one,
You can expose all mask,
As you are a little one,
Always speaking the truth of the world”.

Submitted: Friday, August 02, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 02, 2013

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