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The Silent Observer

Blood being spilled for apiece of land,
destroying their paradise with their own hand.
Looking at each other with utmost hate,
not thinking about actions that are destroying their fate.
Sowing guns as the seeds,
reaping bombs from Saffron fields.
Sitting in midst of this war,
trapped like a fly in a jar.
When people ask me what am I doing,
I say I am silently observing.

Provoked on name of religion,
loosing the power to reason.
Opening their arms to hail the red dawn,
in th e process ignoring the bloody Sun.
The roads being bombed by the tanks,
innocent people dying on the flank.
Breaking into his own home to do the theft,
now chaos is all but left.
Doing nothing to manage the situation,
I am just silently observing the poisonous potion.

Death coming from all the directions,
their country being cut into sections.
Hooded beasts ruling their land,
saying they are doing it for them.
Slip of character due to oil,
sowing seeds on other man’s soil
Making their life hell,
ghost is creating riots from its shell.
What am I doing for my kin,
I am silently observing flask of all the man’s sin.

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April 1, 2007 - Posted by | Random Thoughts

1 Comment »

  1. The silent observer effectively points to the Brahman …… the Hindu equivalent of Allah …… the Brahman in fact has an additional quality of turlya which loosely means passivity ….. In Geeta too Sri Krishna had declared “I don’t interfere in th affairs of men ……”

    Waisey a nice hard-hitting poem pointing towards Kashmir,Palestine etc.

    Comment by Sambitesh Dash | April 8, 2007 | Reply


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