One World With One Race - Poem by Amitava Sur
No matter which country, which religion
And what color you belong.
It matters me, whether you're with humanity,
Where I try to belong.
We all on this earth -
Are the children of Divine
Like a bouquet of flowers in a bunch,
Some may be small and some are big -
But together it looks fine.
Mortal is this life, here -
Nobody is for good,
Still we hate - and fight with might
And end this life with - no good.
Love all and be kind to all
Kindle the lamp of hope.
Arise awake …. united we stand
For sure, we shall reach the goal.
The goal is.....
One world with one race
The mankind with full of grace.
Where all will be bold and bright
Our heads will be kept straight upright,
An unhindered peaceful world
Like the abundant blue sky.
Amitava (4.11.2012) 7-00 am
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