SANJAY K PATRA
Didi (The Elder Sister) - Poem by SANJAY K PATRA
(THE FIERY FAIRY)
(A DREAM RESURRECTED)
With the scarlet rays priding your face
The sun blessed behind the milky hill.
You melted the heads of crazy cores
Standing above the grass and lofty mill.
We know why the sun blessed a lot
It is for the nice era creeping here.
The awning is ready, the reign starts
With healing rain for all us to share.
People, confused with no way around,
Ran random (from) that end to this.
Finally you turned to show the way
To reach our choice, heaven or bliss.
People are but lumps of flabby flesh
Whoever bends to whatever bunch.
Reasons go away making them static
They game the way as camels munch.
The fiery fairy has returned to stay
In the hearts of marooned people.
The love swelled to swathe all over
Hoping for gorgeous grace a little.
We long for but a bit of good work
That's to be done with a brave heart.
Odds are forthcoming, obstacles too,
To prevent the coveted goal a start.
The together force is needed most
To dominate the hurdles of achiever
"We're with you", this striking soul
Must make you proud torch-bearer.
The day will have a thrilling rebirth
Amid mirth of the ignored destitute
The azure will shower a lot of praise
For creating an unanimous institute.
From dewy grasses to the tree tops
from restless rivers to dead mounds
All's up close to celebrate the hours
Full of cautions and wakeful rounds.
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