Sadiqullah Khan


Rogue Nucleations - Poem by Sadiqullah Khan

‘a barefoot person does not fear those who wear shoes',
President Xi Jinping sharing Chinese wisdom with President Obama,

But rogue nucleations barefoot and pocketed in rags
But pinned up by teeths' bite and hurled at
But a galvanized wretchedness on eternal prison terms
But the prison yard park where old trees root
But fertilize on anger and lack of awaring scruples
But the tactical tactile dropping of little bombs
But the lurking fears of humans
But in a radius of hundreds of miles all vegetations spoiled
But the animals and plants curse the mankind
But better than droughts one century old
But the proxy wars of attrition and terror attacks
But when the scholars speak in seminars
But the North Korea is a bench mark of today readily available
But the famines of Africa are a reminder that others are rich
But the Middle East is warring and the rest enjoying peace
But in South Asia there is revival of historic riots with guns
But the peace is guaranteed when everyone is given a piece of bomb

Sadiqullah Khan
January 16,2016.
Peshawar

Topic(s) of this poem: life


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Omens of a Place,1961, By Nakamura Hiroshi @ MIT Visualizing

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 25, 2016

Poem Edited: Monday, January 25, 2016


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