The Sun may need not come

The Sun is busy warming up, the other side of globe,
my land wears almost a sheer, a translucent moist robe,
The Sun seeks from us, to warm up from with in, like him and shine,
but we choose to catch up the lost heat from our rogue rage and intoxicating wine,
Learning to light from the Sun, we postponed it for another time,
killing time and our fellows has become easier
than polishing our souls in humility and shine,
The Sun’s rays have not reached our dark minds,
We are busy playing wars, and the rockets do shine,
we pray for their dead souls, far away,
sending prayers, but sharp shooters,
and missiles loot our peace of mind,
we have enough of fire to set ablaze the moist robe,
let it all dry it up,
many moist eyes will again make it humid,
a bit saline to make it up
so let the Sun go away warming up the other side of globe,
we have enough fire to light the sky with splinters,
we celebrate warm peace, in a cold tearful winter!!

15.12.12
Sangeeta Suneja

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About Sangeeta Suneja

Sangeeta Suneja is a science graduate from Maharani College Jaipur, holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Sales and Marketing from YMCA Institute of Management studies, MBA She has been working with Air India for the past 26 years at New Delhi. She has written more than Seven hundred poetry pieces on her poetry blog. Her work has been published in many international anthologies, She is a motivational author at http://www.successstories.co.in/author/sangeeta/ Featured poet at many online magazines like Angies diary.com/poetry-and-lyrics/poem-stories/roses-for-life/ Sangeeta Suneja also loves to paint, has her own illustrations and abstract paintings to complement her Poetry. She writes in Hindi, (Punjabi and Urdu in English script), and has also written a few short stories and flash fiction in English.

4 thoughts on “The Sun may need not come

  1. Louis Kasatkin

    The line , ” We are busy playing soldiers “, highlights a magnificently crafted and flawlessly nuanced poem of surprising philosophical depth and no small measure of vibrant moral gravitas.

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