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Festival Of Lights

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My love, well wishes and the happy feelings,
To all my friends who know art of healings,
Their wounds, their pains on a day of joys,
With lovely fireworks and amazing toys!

Down come on the earth the amazing skies,
And beauty is scattered, all round it flies,
Hates are put when aside and love rules all,
May be olds or youths, whether great or small!

I remember the idols that are made of sugar,
I remember all eyes that are filled with nectar,
I remember my friends and the lovely embraces,
How lovely were the nights with passion and graces!

At least we forget our pains in such night,
Festivals are a source of heavenly light,
If meant for light it's brighter than bright,
We see someone who is out of the sight.

Friday, October 24, 2014
Remember Poems: 243 / 500
Topic(s) of this poem: lights
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Happy Dipavli to all my friends.
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Ramesh Rai 24 October 2014

Yesterday we celebrated this festival of lights. May all souls be enlightened with divine light.

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Khalida Bano Ali 24 October 2014

A beautiful poem, I imagine the beauty of this festival.

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Aftab Alam Khursheed 24 October 2014

well penned -Festivals are a source of heavenly light, thank you

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Salini Nair 26 October 2014

Down come on the earth the amazing skies, And beauty is scattered, all round it flies, Hates are put when aside and love rules all, May be olds or youths, whether great or small! .....................beautiful poem enjoyed reading

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Savita Tyagi 25 October 2014

Wish you a happy Diwali and all the brightness in your life that festivals bring.Those sugar animal toys still in memories. Wonderful childhood treats came alive with your poem. Thanks.

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Amitava Sur 24 October 2014

Wishing you a happy Diwali with prosperity and joy. Thank you for the poem, reminding the festivity what cleanses the mind from all dirt and pains. The fire works and lights rejoice the mind. It symbolizes lightening the mind removing to remove all darkness.

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Valsa George 24 October 2014

Festivals are occasions of great rejoicing and happy home comings! At least for an interim we are able to forget all our pain and engage in great festivities and joyous celebrations! Enjoyed the poem! Wish you also happy Diwali Akhtarji!

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Geetha Jayakumar 24 October 2014

Beautiful poem on festival of lights. Beautiful lines... At least we forget our pains in such night, Festivals are a source of heavenly light, If meant for light it's brighter than bright, We see someone who is out of the sight. May we all be blessed with divinely lights..... Loved the way you presented it.

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