God Wants Friend - Poem by Sanjukta Nag
If we mirror the images of Him,
Then He must be like us. Feels lonely
And asks for sympathy with stormy sighs.
But selfishly we hide ourselves under shades
When he cries hard, tearing those black clouds.
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