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Scribbles of a Teenage Heart … The Wish!

I wonder

What would have happened:-

If we got a pound of wisdom

Delivered to our doorstep

Every single day,

That would be a part of

The daily meal

We would have had …

Without spectacle

Without a bother

And pour it into us

Just like smashed potatoes …

Would all of us be wise today?

 

I wonder

What would have happened:-

If humanity was a river

Flowing across the lane

With a perpetual flow:-

One dip everyday

In the waters

Anytime by

Brothers from all religion,

Cast or creed,

Color or orientation,

Would all of us be human today?

 

Baseless as it may sound,

Insignificant and frivolous,

I know that all of them

Are unbelievably preposterous,

But in this world lacking

Wisdom and humanity,

With an overdose of hate and pain

In times of such of calamity

A wish sprouts out

From the depths of my heart:-

Let these dreams come true

Before the goodness parts

From all of us alive

Even if they’re just for a day

Would the world be a better place then?

Dear God, what do you say? 

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Scribbles of a Teenage Heart : The Prayer!

Silently for you, I prayer,

Straight from my heart my dear;

Wish your health is always fine

Wish you remain forever mine.

Let all that are bad around

May never touch your soul and profound

Is your joy, when, in my arms, I

Take you and may you bid good-bye

To all the sadness and pain,

That has tried to kill you, but in vain,

And as a new day dawns,

Alienating all the discontentment and frowns,

Let us together, you and I, embellish,

Our lives with one another’s bliss;

Along with pure thoughts and noble deeds

That this ailing humanity badly need.

In excruciating pain or joys galore-

Let us live a life to die for!

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