Seshendra Sharma Seshendra Sharma


Earth An Epic - Poem by Seshendra Sharma Seshendra Sharma

Even by bloodshed, which is indefinably superior to gold
Dreams did not become realities-
Only fools do not know that
evolution also is subject to evolution-

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When the earth is ploughed with a plough
Only then it becomes a country
When the earth is ploughed with a quill
Then it becomes an epic
If it is not ploughed either with a plough or quill
It is merely just merely earth-

* * * * * * * * * *
24 hours of distance lies from sun to sun
only two hearts of distance lies
from human being to human being-
The sky opening up its pink folds
flying itself in the winds of dawn-
Look! How many riffles of distance lies
From village to war-


Comments about Earth An Epic by Seshendra Sharma Seshendra Sharma

  • (9/23/2006 1:01:00 PM)


    I especially loved the first one. its interesting how you put your thoughts in words!

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 30, 2003

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 6, 2010


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