A Hopeful Transition

Look out for the wind,

It may take you away,

Far away to a place,

With peaceful nights and days,

Where not only wounds,

But hearts are mended,

Where breath comes easy,

And no sleep is offended,

Where there’s no fight,

And guns aren’t loaded,

Where memories live on,

And they feel appreciated,

Look out for the wind,

It may take you away,

Far away to a place,

With peaceful nights and days…

The fear you have,

Hidden behind your eyes,

The worries of yours,

I can feel in your lies,

Those voices wake you up,

You can’t sleep still you try,

Always waiting for the sunshine,

That’s gone away from the skies,

The wind may come,

And bring it back,

The sunshine, the peace,

And other things you lack,

Look out for the wind,

It may take you away,

Far away to a place,

With peaceful nights and days…

Unwanted Goodbyes…

Goodbyes have their own meanings,

For everyone who ever say,

Sometimes they mean joyous farewells,

But sometimes they never let you go away…

This is what she wanted badly at the moment,

She feared of the upcoming lonely hours,

He too wished of that but was helpless,

In front of his face there’s a war…

A message in the morning came trembling the place,

Her senses told it was an invitation from hell,

Her visions of future drowned in her stream of tears,

Her heart wept but she wouldn’t fell…

His heart was brave and full of courage,

But today he didn’t have any control,

He tried real hard but emotions won,

In her arms she held his soul…

Fighting the tears and believing in love,

Physically he broke the bond of their life,

No words were spoken thereafter,

Only the grieve of loneliness in her eyes…

As he marched towards his troops,

He made up his mind for the war,

He had the skills and vision for the kill,

But he couldn’t see the fields that laid afar…

Her sparkling eyes kept coming to his mind,

Her memoirs haunted him at night,

Her essence was what he needed the most,

In his darkness she was the only ray of light…

She stood there on the door,

Her legs stuck to the ground,

Her eyes in the hope of his returning back,

Wishing he would turn around…

Letting the tear to roll on her cheeks,

She turned back lost in his thoughts,

Her feet dragged over the lonely swords,

Reminding of the battles he had fought…

Her legs surrendered and fear took over,

She lost any control she had,

Will he ever come back or just fade away,

Into the desert of unknown nothingness…

Remembering the days…

Hey everyone! Most of you don’t know ( even I have a doubt sometimes about this!) that I can write. Yeah, that’s true! So here is a piece of my work…its a poem which describes a situation that is created by war and its after-effects….njOy!

The sun came up,
Shining brightly,
Only to see the empty streets…
No sign of life,
No one around,
Few animals were standing on their feets…

The further you go,
More steps you take,
Silence increases on the way…
No one to speak,
& no one to talk,
It wasn’t like any usual day…

The buildings shaking,
Without their mirrors,
Many of them without their walls…
NO place to pray,
NO place to lay,
There were neither any shops nor malls…

You turn around,
The wind blows swiftly,
& dust starts covering the sky…
You see the birds,
Going away from their homes,
Without even saying goodbye…

The smell of the bullets,
The firing of the guns,
Still remains fresh in the air…
It reminds you,
Of the scary battle,
& traps you in its invisible layer…

A little hope of the survival,
Of life and of mercy was there…
You feel for them, you pray for them,
May God listen to your prayers…