Hanan Muzafar

Bronze Star - 2,485 Points (14-08-1991 / Model Town Sopore (Kashmir))

Trumpet Blown - Poem by Hanan Muzafar

Cold is the ocean,
heart of steel,
I'm not defeated,
neither I'm afraid,
As your death is on its way.

Trumpet blown,
Now there ain't anyone,
who can bring us down—
Seas and lands conquered,
and they'll witness,
rage along with wrath:
As our revenge,
is like an eagle in sky,
and our ships sail,
for the glorious freedom.

Their castles will be blown,
they'll crumble and tremble,
for we'll create a new empire,
and justice will be done—
As victory has been declared on land.

They buried us alive,
But we wrote our resurrection,
for we chose not to bow down—
Land is drenched in blood,
and graves will roar.

Topic(s) of this poem: conflict, freedom, glory, justice, kashmir, misery, rebel, revolution , war

Form: Allegory


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 11, 2018

Poem Edited: Thursday, November 8, 2018


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