Nikhil Parekh - Indian Poet

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For the sake of all those trapped mercilessly beneath the rubble; fighting helplessly against death, 


 


For the sake of all those wails flooding the atmosphere; the fountain of innocent blood sprayed indiscriminately around, 


 


For the sake of all those struggling for breath; moving their arms and feet despairingly under savage concrete, 


 


For the sake of all those attendants; buried ruthlessly under the weight of their serving trays, 


 


The perpetrators should be penalized to the highest degree; should be sent to God's hell.


 


{1}


 


For the sake of all those cars squelched to threadbare metal; infinite shards of acrid glass sprawled satanically around, 


 


For the sake of all those firemen buried alive; while inadvertently trying to extricate the individuals trapped; douse the unrelenting flames and smoke, 


 


For the sake of all those chunks of limp flesh sprinkled horrendously around; the torn remnants of victims peeping out from every corner, 


 


For the sake of all those who were maimed for life; losing their limbs under bulky rods of hot iron, 


 


The perpetrators should be penalized to the highest degree; should be sent to God's hell.


 


{2}


 


For the sake of all that darkness that engulfed the streets; in the heart of the brilliant morning, 


 


For the sake of unprecedented terror that had crept in everyone's souls; after the barbaric attacks, 


 


For the sake of all those offices pulverized to inconspicuous dust; which were once the nerve center of the entire world, 


For the sake of all those mourning relatives; that wept in uncontrolled hysteria as realization dawned upon, 


 


The perpetrators should be penalized to the highest degree; should be sent to God's hell.


 


{3}


 


For the sake of unsurpassable devastation that had crept in all quarters of the planet; after the vicious attack, 


 


For the sake of terrorizing the entire world; by committing irrevocable acts of brutality, 


 


For the sake of all those graveyards; now brimming to capacity with lifeless mortals, 


 


For the sake of countless numbers of wives waiting for their husbands; even when they knew that there were frugal chances of finding them alive, 


 


And over and above all for the sake of all those lives lost; all those infants crawling without support on the ground; all those families rendered missionless after losing inevitable parts of their blood; all those mothers anxiously waiting for their son's to


return with tears welling in their eyes, 


 


The perpetrators should be penalized to the highest degree; should be sent to God's hell.



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