Biography of Queeny Gona
Queeny Gona Poems
My Wish To Fly
If I have given a wish! I would fly high in the sky. Not just for the joy of flying, Nor just to enjoy the beauty of nature;
On a fine morning, by the side of a shore: You shine like a bright sun. On a fine evening, You bloom as a jasmine: spreading your lovely fragrance to all.
The so called Traders: Ignited us with the fire of 'Divide and rule' In those days... Leaving the blood shed riots at the borders till date!
All these days i went around the world Hoping to seek joy and peace. Out of all my tender pursuit; I found myself chained in desolate kingdom.
*the Lost Friend*
The friend I thought, most close to my heart To my surprise she is far apart; I am always in her heart, Still she never knocked my door.
Pale-scale, almost lifeless Resembling the ones Placed on coffin For bidding
I used to fly all over the world Chirping along with my flock Flying round and round and round But now I am all alone caged here
We call ourselves; the 21st centurions, Civilized and many more… In reality, our thoughts Still sticked to uncivilized era.
May we fall in Love? Once again with nature To caress the beauty Of silver lined planes
The Letter Never Posted!
My heart is full of you My sweet heart! Not even a single valve Is left empty;
'I Am She! '
A garden locked up; blossoming vines A spring enclosed, scarlet ribbon lips A sealed fountain, twin fawns of a gazelle Simply a beautiful rose; lined colorfully as butterfly.
Noticing something strange Happening beneath my roof Wakened from sleep Yet couldn't fight the slumber,
My Lovely Mama!
Dearly Friend Age old to my peer group Is best of all!
A Peep Into Life
Sweet are those days; Playing with the peer, Crying for broken toys, Fighting for mom's lap.
I used to fly all over the world
Chirping along with my flock
Flying round and round and round
But now I am all alone caged here
Missing my friends and family
Above all, my freedom.
My feelings! The selfishmen never care
Chained me, wore me and tore me
My body, mind and soul their slaves.