Peace-Justice-Climax

An identity crisis arises out of the complexity of fueling further ends than the end itself. Is it for better or for worse? Photo: www.cherrybam.com

BANGALORE, May 19, 2013- An identity crisis arises out of a complexity of fuelling further ends than the end itself. Is it for better or for worse?

The mellowed earth smells eerily funny,

When aggressors plod gently in tandem,

 Brandishing placid sands to play along in unison,

Single failures are forgotten and beget hope,

While unity stands a mighty fortress for change,

Shh! A resonant tune sounds for a march of whispers,

 Whispers that forewarned them to be forearmed,

They march armed with a single weapon: unity.

Toils were impaired; facing disaster with this sole weapon,

Branding them no better or worse, for ‘worse’ was for ‘better’,

External threats come; they chug along in familiar spirits,

Randomness is viewed with large grains of salt,

Dousing the fiery venom in the Elixir of Life,

If we fight for a cause and lose- our cause wins our fight,

Gobbling up the combative defeats and laying it to rest,

Travails are eased into by the ongoing travels,

Clutter management cracks up-Cobwebs hit, melodies strung,

Defying the nuggets of wisdom-that were laid bare,

Peace- A hypothetical eternity where ends are attained,

And means justified, fuelling further ends than the end itself.

Justice- Everyone’s craving makes it a victory with few winners,

Climax- Naturalism looks bitterly into Romanticism’s eye.

 

Vishwas Anand of Bangalore is a published poet and writer.His poems have been published in anthologies: Brush Strokes and Ink Spots, Aquillrelle; in journals: The Copperfield Review, The River, The Nexuss, Four And Twenty and featured in online websites like One Shot Poetry, Jingle Poetry and Poets United. He is also an Ezine Articles expert author.

His articles and poems have appeared on GingerChai and Aquillrelle. He currently writes at his own blog column as well. 


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Vishwas Anand

Vishwas Anand of Bangalore is a published poet and writer. A student at IIM-Kozhikode, Vishwas muses upon life and the little details that make people and the world around him tick. He believes that life charts its course as a product of one’s actions and feels that the human mind can be hypnotized into seeking what is good for it, regardless of the concomitant desires. Poems are a way of taking one on a path of solace where journeys are sketched to bridge the conflicting gaps in society.

His poems have been published in journals: The Copperfield Review, The River, The Nexuss, Four And Twenty and featured in online websites like One Shot Poetry, Jingle Poetry and Poets United. He was awarded ‘Poem of the Week’ at Jingle Poetry for his poem: Stilling Journey. He is also an Ezine Articles expert author. His articles and poems have appeared on GingerChai and Aquillrelle. He currently writes at his own blog column as well.  

 

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