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Liberation(for karani kelvin)

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Liberation(for karani kelvin)

THE sun superbly smiles in the world
The faces of the people become impeccably bright
And the birds brood, sing softly enraptured,
Wet green grass glean with dew light,
Various flowers loutishly bloom bright and fresh
And the dull, dark night stars disappear,
A breeze cuts through the world without brash,
Hearts of people beat lightly the rhythm they endear
And their souls unburdened duly of dubious oppression,
Their formerly bowed backs now straitening,
Some jubilant wiping the sweat of emancipation
From their victorious visages, now blatantly beaming;
And the mountains seem to recede down to plains,
The burly, bullish bushes let sun rays penetrate,
The rivers flow on sun shined land, colorlessly sedate,
Seas now smell of edible, huge fish’
And thence, the long eagerly awaited tuneful liberation
Emerges from the sun-coated east horizon goldfish
Spreading luxuriantly to the west with expectation


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  1. Date: 6/1/2013 4:07:00 PM

    I smile again with approval. The poem is splendid free verse. The last three lines are overwhelming. You are an intelligent man, sir. It shows on how you weigh your words, lines and how you perceive your surreal structure. It is unique and bravo my friend. I hope everything flows well, as was wished. Contact me, if you may? Thank you. G.

  1. Date: 12/3/2011 8:29:00 PM

    I could visualize the whole scene,Honesty.Well done!

  1. Date: 10/29/2010 11:06:00 AM

    I am stopping in today to thank you for all your wonderful comments Honesty. May your weekend be one of much joy to you and may it bring inspiration to the end of your pen. Love, Carol