Pranayee Gupta Rachamalla

Real Heroes - Poem by Pranayee Gupta Rachamalla

just like our heart, they work without any rest
just like our lungs, they work efficiently till their level best.
Same like our eyelid they protect us all;
In spite of the hot sun,
because their ice-cool thoughts help them resist it,
In spite of cold and snow they strive
because the cache of the fire in their heart, help them stand against it
neglecting any kind of climatic condition
They are the real warriors,
with true spirit in their nerves.
Courage is their oxygen and adventure is their food.
who vigorously strive and survive every second for their motherland.
Our real heroes, true Indians, our army-soldiers!
who treat bullets like buds and flower petals,
kiss and throw bullets proof jackets and other such protection,
as they have faith on their patriotism
than on those false armours.
It is only because of their work and responsible duty
we are enjoying, celebrating, here and also sleeping safely and peacefully.
They remain in the border and live in the memory of their memories,
They might be tough in their attitude but they are caring and sensitive at heart.
they are just incredible and unique because,
they are selfish! so selfish that they feel whole
of the country as their family and sacrifice everything!
not just a salute and respect we need to give them,
but all our worships and prayers need to go to them.
they're on their mother's lap to fight
for their sibling's life! they remain forever in our hearts
because they're never off-duty!
But what to do they don't care their life
for a place where people die for filmy heroes but not
atleast care about these real heroes.........

Topic(s) of this poem: heroes

Poet's Notes about The Poem

dedicated to all my brothers who are fighting for our motherland..................(to the INDIAN army) salute to them!

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 9, 2016

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