NEHA UPADHYAY


Oh Ilsa - Poem by NEHA UPADHYAY

Once Ilsa sitting on chair,
was doing her regular prayer,
praying for parrots, pegions and dove,
praying with heart full of love.
Soon she started crying,
as if to herself she was lying,
she asked lord suddenly,
why you made world beautiful, so the birds,
have you ever thought how to me it hurts.
All are having friends more than one,
but me and only me have none.
No one see what good i have done,
they just see what i look in sun.
Its better to die than living here,
so please lovely god call me there.
God heard her prayer and became very sad,
Ilsa is thinking so, its to bad.
He replied Ilsa oh Ilsa my beloved daughter,
whatever the world is you should should never bother.
It is beautiful and good if you are good to all,
so my child don't let your tears fall.
Soon you will get friends who will see your heart,
and i promise they will never get apart.
This world is beautiful and you too,
so still that prayer will you do.
Ilsa heard this and said will you be among them,
Lord said, Ilsa i was, i will and iam.
I am here there everywhere,
is there anything more to share,
Ilsa wiped her tears and thanked Lord,
she woke up suddenly and said what a dream oh Lord.


Comments about Oh Ilsa by NEHA UPADHYAY

  • Jazib Kamalvi (12/27/2017 12:28:00 PM)


    A nice poetic imagination, Neha U. You may like to read my poem, Love and Lust. Thanks (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 16, 2010



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