anushmadhu P.Bharathi


Oh Wind....! - Poem by anushmadhu P.Bharathi

Oh wind!
You are the origin of music
We ‘not leave you unsung

You are the perennial river-And
‘We’ the hydroponics,
And ‘unable to go away
From your water, ’

We breathe your constitutes
But unable to absorb your qualities;

We are unable to walk in our legs
But you walk restless without legs;
We understand now,
Born with legs is a disadvantage?

You have no eyes and care for all
But we have eyes to see,
And are biased in caring men.
Oh! Born with eyes
Barrier for humanism;

You have no hands
And harness every one,
But we have hands
And practice difference (in Black and White)
With in our clan; .

You have no tongue
But you speak in all lingoes,
Our tongues are locked
In the prison of sounds,
We are in guilty of our mouth;

When you cross a pond
You fly with fresh breeze;
While you touch the flower
You expose lovely fragrance;

When you enter into flute
You come out with beautiful music,
But we make you dirt and disrespect
Your value in our contact,

The dumb tongues of trees
Speaks in your presence only;
The tides in sea freak out
And celebrate your friendship;

The greens in the field
Invoke holy dances in your alliance;

The query in my mind for long time
IS,
'You are entertaining like a concert
You are joyful like a celebration
And making wonderful mood like rendezvous',

'You have robbed the flames of lamps
You have stolen the fragrance of flowers
You have taken away the tunes of violin,
And let me know where do you hide
All these lights, sounds, music and fragrance? ,

I want to see the merger of all,
I wonder too!
Oh wind! Take me to the location
Where all these live together
in Consensus!

(Translated From ' aalabanai'- in Thamizh- kaviko)


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 19, 2009

Poem Edited: Sunday, December 20, 2009


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