Bashyam Narayanan

Justice, Unjustifiable - Poem by Bashyam Narayanan

He was born in a country, where
An enmity prevails over its neighbor land
For no special reason, but once it was a part
Of the big and large neighbor
He grows and settles in a land of prosperity,
But grows with ballooned enmity
Enormous enough to hatch a plan
To attack the land of his dislike, if given a chance
His hatred takes him to people with
Similar plans and things shaped up
He visited the land of his attack in guise
Quite a number of times
To finalize the plot
He was in touch with those, who were known
Worldwide for their lethal capabilities
He too had the blessings of people in power
Of his home land in the launch of this heinous crime
The land which accommodated him also
Was getting ready to condone such evil deeds
He furnished all vital information
That would help the attackers a trouble free execution
All got done in the last week of one November
A group of five or so kept fighting for near two days
With a nation of more than a billion
Seen communicating with a group across the border
All ended with a near two hundred people of the
Largest democracy getting killed in that great city
Which developed itself into the economic capital of the nation
The land of his stay tracks him down
And exposes his links with dangerous outfits
And his hole in the execution of this unpardonable
Conducts trail and sentences his thirty five years' imprisonment
The nation, which suffered this vicious design
Wanted him so that others involved can be investigated for
But the request was turned down on the excuse that
The sentenced would help that rich nation in tracking others too
The main loser now cries
Justice claimed to be done
With no justification in it

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 30, 2013

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