Fly…

Beyond the world of ignorance

Soul of Earth

 

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We tortured her immortal soul

with the rusty machines and toxic chemicals.

Her pain accumulated as in a hot ballon!

In a sudden,her mighty soul explodes;

it smashes the untouchables.

She is unconcerned about our power and fame,

she is not terrified about our religion and wealth.

The pride and  heaps of money can’t stop her way,

in a tick of a second she make us utterly helpless;

the wind blows away the tiny pinches of hope!

Her anguish soul, knock down the lusty mountains,

her fiery pair of eyes, blaze the darkest woods,

her miserable veins, shake the rigid ocean floors,

her painful limbs, tremble the firm tectonic plates,

her distress heart, break the stiffest volcanoes.

She explodes herself into the deserted heavens;

extends her sturdy arms to conquer our mortal souls!

 

 

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A Blind Man

 

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There was a man by the name Zero. He blindly follows his religion “Crow”. He never misses a chance to make fun of other religion; he hates being with people, who have different religious beliefs than him. He always thinks his religion is true, and superior than any other religion. One day unexpectedly, he met with a terrific accident, and went into coma. After a few weeks he was slowly progressing in the intensive care unit. One day he woke up from his long sleep, and soon realized that his eyesight is gone forever. He became blind in both his eyes. He shouted in frustration, and asked the physician to cure him.

But the reality is, there is no cure. He was severely injured and lost a lot of blood before he admitted to the hospital. The doctor mentioned that he is very lucky to be alive. He asked, ” What blood, did you received the blood from a ‘Crow’ believer?”

Doctor smiled and answered, “No, your blood group is AB negative, and we received it from a donor ; he did not mention his religion, race, or nationality.
He was speechless; he refused to speak to his family and friends a couple of days.

Finally he let his daughter in.

He busted into tears,  hugged her, and told her

“Sweet heart, do you think dad lost eyesight just after the accident?”

She eagerly looked at him, while holding his hand.

He continued, ” actually I was blind in my whole life. Religion, race, and everything blindfolded my mind and eyes”. Right now, I can see everything clearly and focused. I was wrong my entire life”.

He paused a moment.

Suddenly, she saw a bright light in his wide opened eyes, and an empty smile on his face.

 

Summer Ducks

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A pack of them take off,

flew over the blue skies.

I saw them building up

geometric lines that nobody

else can follow.

 

They drove into infinity,

so my naked eyes can’t see them beyond.

They might be scared of the lifeless winter

when the snow chills their throats;

stabs their pounding hearts.

 

The thousands of miles they wander

finally reaches their homes

they may shed their cold tears,

or flutter their warm wings in joy

to feel the greens of mountains.

 

I admire the innocence they

occupy in their eyes and loudly quacks.

Every time I opened the balcony doors

they flew briskly towards me

expecting the joy of meals.

 

Here I stand behind the closed doors,

emotionless, hoping they will come next year

on a warm summer evening;

quaking desperately, letting me

know, how hungry they are!

 

 

A Fall Leaf

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Drifted to the current
across the restless lake
She looked aimless
and flowing briskly despite
of her emotion.
The fellow pebble rocks
blocked her way  to eternity,
but she was unable to stick on them.
She was alone, bloomed so early
in last summer
with green silky fabrics on her.
Now, she is fallen, lost,
and trashed.
She had grief
her pain stabbed her throat
burned her heart to red.
Her dark spots revealed the
isolation from her mother tree.
She can’t go back; only
meant to drown and die.

 

I was a kite

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Yesterday, I was a kite,

wandering along the wind,

waving my tiny hands,

touching the seamless skies.

Despite of the directions,

up and downs,

I awkwardly moved,

with the strokes of strings:

I was tied onto.

Who tied me to the end?

But I flew with the flow,

My heart was wishing to

be down, lay on earth.

My throat was blocked,

and can’t split out,

the word- freedom.

Today I have the courage,

to cut off the strings,

I was tied onto.

Yes! I am free to

conquer the world.

 

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