Shweta Kelkar

Stop Violence


Why I ask what they have done
 
To die such a horrible death
 
An old ailing father has to arrange
 
For his younger sons wreath
 

 
Arent we leaving in a democracy?
 
Till yesterday we were all free
 
To wine and dine anywhere
 
Or all this was a politicians hypocrisy
 

 
 Cameras were flashing
 
Reporters were yapping
 
Blood and bodies everywhere
 
Helpless I sat there just watching
 

 
Called up my friends
 
To ask they were fine
 
Fearing each time
 
When was not getting through the line
 

 
Death is so easy living is tough
 
Surrounded by darkness I am lost
 
My each breath is costing a soldier his life
 
I owe this one to the dead heros wife.
 

 
Now no more I will cry
 
No one will die
 
Its the time for action
 
Dare government says we will try
 

 
Then I will say
 
Change the entire history
 
Celebrate and jubilate
 
Today is the real Independence Day
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Published on e-Stories.org on 04/06/2009.

 

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