Dr Anish Mathew John

Rookie - 20 Points (16 Feb 1973 / London)

Marvel Brothers (On 9/11) - Poem by Dr Anish Mathew John

(A poem on 9/11 written on the eve of that eventful day. This poem showcases the twin towers as twin brothers talking to us and comforting us after their demise, recollecting fond memories of love, prosperity and martyrdom. You’ll find the brothers consoling us amidst their own unimaginable pain.)

Life we got in hands of wight
Took we birth as charming twins
Caressed by all with warmth and love
Born were we two marvel twins.

Abut we stood, hand in hand
Shared we all those goods and bads
Blessed were we with love so much
Joyful were those days bygone.

Duo’s we stood with pride and hope
Aye a mascot we’ve been for all
Glued with love and perfect bliss
Brought all good for kith and kin.

Lo! In shadows lurked our foes
Fell we prey at forty winks
Laid our breath in all one blink
Hugged we close at death all way.

Screamed the world all broken hearts
Shocked were all and left aghast
With words still short to find comfort
Mourned the earth all day and night.

Worry not world you whine no more
For still we live in souls amass
To bid farewell to say goodbye
Still found it hard but got to go.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 4, 2010

Poem Edited: Saturday, September 4, 2010

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