Once Again Humanity cries

Once again

 Humanity cries

Raped and slaughtered

Human rights

Stripped the dignity and the pride

The spirit dies

Heart bleeds

How scornful is the sight

Empty eyes look for a ray of light

 

Tonight may be filled with wrath

Fuelled with ignominy

Milestones dwindling

Hostility in the air

Breathing in distrust and anguish

Soul trembling in fear

Absolute abhorrence of things

 

Tomorrow I want to wake up

And reignite the lamp of humanity

To extend joy, peace and eternal love

Plant fresh saplings of reliance

In fathomless landscapes of faith

Resuscitate the dead spirits unflinchingly

With the wand of righteousness and be blessed!

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About Kusum Gandhi Vig

Mrs. Kusum Gandhi Vig is a Counseling Psychologist and holds her Masters and M Phil degree in Psychology, and has been working in the field of Education, Career Counseling and Mind Power Training for more than two decades. She is helping people worldwide to discover their inborn potential and personality traits with the help of Inborn Potential Assessment Test. She also conducts special workshops on how to unleash your subconscious mind to attract abundance and prosperity to life. Within the framework of her seminars, workshops and personal counseling sessions, she creates an environment where you can easily identify your dreams and aspirations and work towards manifesting them. Her primary tool to facilitate transformation utilizes the techniques of Neuro Linguistic Programming and other Laws of success; the tool that she likes to call the ‘SYNC THINK’ technique. She conducts career counseling sessions through video conferencing based on Biometric Aptitude test. Some of the topics covered under her seminars and workshops are as follows: Emotional Intelligence, High Performance Brains, The Science and Art of Happiness, New Age Parenting, Adolescent Issues, How to build effective Relationships. She discovered her passion for poetry during her soul searching experience and has contributed her inks in English and Hindi to some of the distinguished anthologies. Her published book on poetry “Celebrating life” can be downloaded and is also available world-wide at www.lulu.com/.../kusum -vig/ celebrating-life.

2 thoughts on “Once Again Humanity cries

  1. Louis Kasatkin

    Kusum Vig’s ” Once again Humanity cries ” , stands with Sunil Sharma’s equally emphatic response, ” A death that shook the world ” to the ghastly events referred to elsewhere; and so I recapitulate the same response to both poems. It is ever the calling of poets,of sufficient calibre for weighty themes cannot be lightly addressed,that an authentic and valid response be drafted and a moral counterpoint be articulated via the artistic medium of one’s creative vocation.This poem is such a response;reason in the face of insanity.

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    1. Kusum Vig

      I would like to endorse what our distinguished fellow poet Sunil Sharma stated in response to his very well articulated poem “A death that shook the world”, “As usual, the response is more weighty and better than the post. I learn a lot by reading your comments, Louis. Thanks for such encyclopedic observations that reveal your scholarship…a limitless sky for mortals like us.”
      Once again, a million thanks Louis, for your constant encouragement.

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