RIC S. BASTASA
Mathew Takwi’s Fire On The Mountain - Poem by RIC S. BASTASA
'tickle and trigger,
shake and shift,
rock and rush off'
'whip and whistle,
touch and tear minds
clung to waywardness
like a finger to nail,
that turn society's diamond face
to frown than glee,
bloom and blossom.'
'the incessant determination
to place your own minuscule stone
on the degrading societal wall,
all those whose social, political, economic
and cultural callousness
only help society to sink,
'this is a sincere and
pious intention to correct
and metamorphose mankind
to be love sharers
and true partners in development'
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