Dr. Yogesh Sharma
Massacre At Dantewada - Poem by Dr. Yogesh Sharma
Commander and sergeant and soldier, all defenseless;
Whose right of life cut short by brutal killers, heartless:
For capturing ugly power, did killers please;
They died unaware, untimely, and unprovoked on the crease.
Unkind nation watched with fear, dear sons’ light was spent;
Indulged in murky gossip and ideas, spoiled on quota bent:
Departed in the midst of youthful days from pleasures wide,
All the talent and chivalry, cruel dark wings to hide.
Welcomed death bravely before parting soul through throat,
When found in mouse trap and deadly blast denote,
Loved ones devastated by the noise and fury of bullets and blast;
Lightening, farewell, and not to see sunrise next.
Welcomed by millions of mourners in full force,
They were cherished souls, those died of lofty course.
DR. YOGESH SHARMA
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