Dr. Yogesh Sharma
Don’t Go KashmıR My Countrymen - Poem by Dr. Yogesh Sharma
Even if the peacock dances on your way,
Even if God blesses you when you pray,
Even if the sun is warm or the breeze is fair,
Or even if the sick thoughts force you there,
And even if you are charmed to stay,
By the fixture music, parting twist, but keep away.
Thought of Pundits those lived living death,
Memorize the faith and guns of killers heath,
Forget the buffets of spice,
And the green valley of apple and rice,
Or the show of light and flight;
And the temples in ruins or white.
Remember those slaughtered met ill-timed end;
My dear country men don’t go Kashmir my friend.
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