Life Will Rule - Poem by Hiya Kabir
When the sun and the moon,
Come together one noon,
The light will quiver and stars will dim.
If the air stops breathing,
And life comes to a halt,
Love will keep on living.
Once the princess marries the prince,
And lives happily ever after,
We will wonder what we had done wrong.
Why do they get what we all have only dreamed of?
If the old and the young,
Come together to create harmony,
Who shall be harmed?
When the earth and the sky become one,
I will declare immortality, but
For those who have hurt me,
Their mortality will be gone in the graves.
The mixing of the differences
May not create similarities, but instead
Create catastrophes for death.
Love shall rule once again,
Not caring for those who fight for looks,
Nor for those who fight for rights,
But for those who don’t.
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