Aryan Nuwal

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But I Was Still Alive - Poem by Aryan Nuwal

Those were the times of the war
in the year 1996,
we were on the boundaries,
for the plan which was fix.
We had to save our Mother India,
from our enimies.

Our brothers were all fighting there,
who had overcome their fear,
we all had to fight bravely
ignoring our wounds and lives.

We had to take the revenge
From the cruel people

Just then some of them came towards me
Aiming on my west,
They showered 100's of bullet on me
But I was still alive.

I had already thought that I would fight,
take the step which was right,
a step which was out of their sight.

Again I was their fighting,
and again the bullets were coming
toward me, damaging my west.
Just then the voice of Mother India called
I think you need some rest,
But I wanted to fight,
So I was still alive.

The enemies were all afraid,
taking the way to their home
and I was feeling proud
that I lend a hand for my nations safety.

Now it was timeto finish the story
but from my heart I was still alive

Now I concluded
We were, We are and will always be there
without any fear, not thing of any dear
for we were the Indian soldiers
who are ready to die for our nation.

Topic(s) of this poem: border war, brave, fearless, fight, indian, soldiers, war

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 23, 2018

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