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Saviours of Kashmir

Prince

A poem that dwells in the predicament and pain of Kashmir incurred by some own and others of neighbouring land. Kashmir through Prince's poem speaks of her gratitude for the saviours .The men in olive greens who stood by and this strong.

 

The day misfortune had descended upon the holy land

Skies turned crimson with stains of red spread around


Even the heavens would have wept their eyes dry

Witnessing the carnage and not even a soul to cry


Enveloped in smoke and blanket of ash layered upon

No signs of life and humanity thereupon


Darkest of the nights surrounded by the devil

Laying over the pool of red

and my abode torched by the evil


It was catastrophe lead by those who were never mine

Was breathing my last yet praying for the intervention of the divine




Lighting struck from the skies amidst of those human cries

Intervention of the divine it must have been

Hovering in the sky saviours of peace were about to be seen


You relieved me of my pain

And shared the agony

Standing by my side you were then and it recourse my destiny


For me you were then you are now

I won't desist you ever that's my vow

Devil calls you the eliminator

Adversaries know you as fear

But I know if today there is peace

That day only you were its Saviour....

Angels from heaven

Dressed in Olive Green

Saviours of the peace

You have always been...


My Army

The Indian Army



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