Poem Hunter
(1-7-1959 / india)


O mighty creation of god but slighted,
Since the dawn of life,
You bear the insult and heavily suffered,
And carry spiritual light, glory of civilization and strife.

You light the muddled world off its plight,
Your wisdom dwells in the back to preserve its light,
Man in gloom, return to him,
For love and solace within.

The light given by the ceaseless fire,
Bore in silence to eclipse the mad ire.
Man of wisdom penned millions verse,
On this creator of grinding universe.

Remain pure and lighted to dazzle and glow,
In this unilluminated world you flow.

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Comments (8)

The rhyme and rhythm of the poem is brilliantly crafted and what a beautifu subject crown it.Cheers
Woman! Sepent in the grass Angels without feathers Good write Doctor thats how I think about woman
Nicely rhymed. Your words have a lot of power. Good poem!
a good tribute to woman..woman definitely are different..and that should be cherished and appreciated..thanks for sharing
Very beautiful. I wonder still why you wanted me to read this one. I like it because I feel that as a woman, I must always prove myself twice as much as men do... but still I don't complain because I simply know that it will never change in the eye of human... So I continue to be strong and stay close to God... I feel that your poem relates to this, but maybe it has a different connotation.. that's how I read it.
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