For A Warring World

Today the world needs no artillery
For wreaking havoc on life and nature.
Rockets, missiles, tanks, launchers
Are the weapons
Of tyrants,
Bred in warring camps;
They must be shunned and demolished
For fostering a cordial sense
Of brotherhood.

Love, humanity and cooperation must
Take a leading role
For dousing the flares
Of communal clashes and riots,
For rousing the feeling
Of being humane,
For God to live in peaceful minds.

War can only mar, not anything make
Let it rest in grave for humanity’s sake.

– Bhaskaranand Jha Bhaskar
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About BHASKARANAND JHA BHASKAR

Bhaskaranand Jha Bhaskar is a trilingual poet (Maithili, Hindi and English), short story writer, critic and reviewer, based in Kolkata. He is regularly published in various national and international magazines, both printed and online. His poetry springs straight from heart and mind as unification of sensibility. He uses catchy lines, expressions and images. In his poetry, social issues, romance and love are tackled with equal passion. Resonant with profound spirituality and intricate mysticism his poems are stunning and enlightening, buoyant sometimes and intense at other times and always have a deep meaning beautiful enough to touch hearts of avid readers. One of his poems on Nelson Mandela is included in the academic syllabus prescribed for the school students of Philippines. He has to his credit three collections of poems in English: Soothing Serenades: Straight From the Heart (2018), Two Indias and Other Poems (2019) and Thoughts in Solitude (2020). He is also a contributor to journals like The Criterion: An International Journal in English, IJML (International Journal On Multicultural Literature), The Anvil (Forum of Literature & Academic Research in English) and Harvests of New Millennium, The Interiors, Taj Mahal Review, IJES (The Indian Journal of English Studies). He is also a part of several anthologies like 'Epitaphs', ‘Purple Hues”, “Whispering Winds”, “Just For You, My Love”, “Heavenly Hymns”, ‘I Am a Woman”, “The Significant Anthology”, “Umbilical Cords”, "A- Divine-Madness" (Five Volumes), "Poetic Prism" - 2015 & 16, "Searching For Sublime" (Australian-Indo Poetry), "She the Shakti", "Whispering Heart"etc. He is also the Review Editor of Asian Signature, a literary e-journal, managed from Kolkata.

2 thoughts on “For A Warring World

  1. Amita Paul

    Commendable thoughts . In fact even rockets and missiles are fast being replaced by chemical and biological weapons.

    Reply

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