Peace, A Distant Dream - Poem by Ashutosh Dash
If you look through the soil, on which humanity germinates;
You shall explore no disparity, but a covalent condense;
If you observe the transparency, in the heart of Mother Earth;
You shall explore no divergent, but a homogeneous birth.
In this world where everyone, does condense in mother Earth;
Then, where comes religion, discernmenting since birth;
From where comes nationality, and castisim in humanity;
Deviating the equilibrium, the anatomy of equality.
If everyone's an element, in the ocean of transparency;
Then from where come the conflicts, the disputes of disparity;
From where comes the antipathy, blood shedding every river;
The river that depicts, Mother Earth's transparent retriever.
It is essential for humanity, to respire that transparency;
To aspire and bring up, the elegant ocean of homogeneity;
If we devastate the disputes, the conflicts of humanity
We shall explore the landform, the religion of equality.
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