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Fire Me If I Am Wrong? ? - Poem by SALINI NAIR

Blood that shed around
Tears that tilt; but never descend
Curse that fumigate yet silent
Parts that lost and life a grave

Glee that stardom the beliefs
To insist the madness the loss that pervade
Violence that kill and shatter beliefs
But the diversity about to prove

What the success any way
What the thrust that about to show
What the right that needs to get
What the heaven that desires to build

A long vision that shrewd all wealth
All that need and a trench of treasure
Brain that protract to his vision
But the nuts never perform goodness

Praise the mighty with all sound
Back the door did all sin
Is he fool to pour all treasure
Is he fool to guard the sinner

I am atheist walk on pave
Saw beggar has no hands or leg
Creep on wheels and wound that stench
It’s inherited and is cruel

Numerous lives sob inside
Cruelty creep all-around
Destruction march ahead and follow apparently
Where is the almighty anyway?

Echoed a silence inside
What reaps is what sows
Never think sin will crown always
Though feels in that limelight

The creator is so generous
All beliefs quote this fact
Then why this hardship
To some groups

Never can interpret another conviction
Karma is the creator
It dictates next moment and next life
I am not the dictator anyway! ! ! !

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Topic(s) of this poem: life

Comments about Fire Me If I Am Wrong? ? by SALINI NAIR

  • Valsa George (5/9/2014 11:28:00 PM)

    You seem to be full of moral indignation towards the disparity seen in God's creation....! Life on Earth is not supposed to be the end and the belief that the sorrows of this world will be compensated in the life eternal yet to come.... But to an atheist, such a philosophy may sound ridiculous... I like to see things in the light of Faith...! So
    I don't usually ask such questions, but try to surrender to the divine dispensation! May be very foolish.....!
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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 9, 2014

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