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Poetry Prompt: I had a Dream | The Forest Fire
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I had a Dream…
that never lets me sleep.
Dream…that keeps me awake to chase the goal.
Dream…that challenges me to keep trying.
Dream…that speaks of my insight.
My dream… is to bring the shine in my eyes to keep soaring high.
Dream gives wings to chase goals.
-Keep it simple
I saw a dream..for a better world
That’s humble, kind, and gentle to humanity
A world that loves, lives, and
Expresses gratitude to nature.
A world that’s equal for each human being
Without bias of color, caste, and creed.
A world that not only sees pain but tries to heal it too.
A world that doesn’t fight for boundaries but spreads love.
I had a dream to make this world a better place for humanity.
I saw a dream
where all the human beings
so lovingly taking care of each other and nature.
Where there is just peace and love.
Our planet is so beautifully developed
With all the facilities but no boundaries.
The universe is showering blessings
I am sure it will come true.
Just join hands, dear friends.
I saw a dream which always screams
Get up and fulfill your dream.
I saw a dream
In which I was the one
Who was working for a noble cause
I was galloping fast
Towards my goal
My priority was the children, the ladies
Maintaining the beauty of the universe
I was thinking of such a world
Where nobody would be
Rich or poor
I saw a dream
with closed eyes.
I worked on my dream
with open mind
A Simple Secret to my Success
Wish to share it with my friends
Don’t give up till you succeed
Freedom is a dream, I see it with my eyes open
Freedom from prejudice
Freedom from a judgemental approach
Freedom from the stereotyping
Freedom from a sick mentality
Freedom from one’s own mental biases
Freedom I wish for women
From their own challenges
From their own disbelief
From their own vindictiveness
From their own inhibitions
From their approach to being submissive
From their own victimization
Freedom Is not just about you
It’s always about we
We together become free
To be able to brew something new
-Akta Sehgal Malhotra
As the forest fire wipes away the woods,
so is the angry mind
that burns the body and the relations.
While it is difficult to control the forest fire
Anger is just a thought away, and
your purity shines without any heat.
When the fire breaks in the forest
reaches ts destiny
Same is the anger of humans
Socially, mentally and physically
A man gets destroyed
Only difference is
There is no control over jungle fire
But man’s anger could be controlled.
Try to be the Light of someone’s Life,
Let them fire out from inside to make their future bright.
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