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Revivification of Life
by Durga Patva
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One turn of angry Nature flipped furiously
So carking!!! Inexcusable
And our heyday Transmuted
A lifetime of quest writhing, is remnant
For the dears with lamenting sobs
No one - loving and caring to console
Our eyes deprived of dreamy water.

Some ran away here and there,
Facing the quagmire of rabbled rumbling debris,
Some died “buried” others “half-dead”, coughing up blood
Piercing voices, chugging sirens and drifted people's wellaways
Ripped into the trembling smoky atmosphere.
Alas! Dreary scene! Pulverized all - will, dare and life
By making us inefficacious.

Incused never-healing scars on our souls
Aching heart snorted high, seeing:
“Life” on the escarpment of termination
Is this plight the last nail in the coffin of Life?
We will surrender to this Pyrrhic victory!
How? Can't. Never. For, we are Humans.

Rather, we'll take this Destruction,
"As a sign of New Beginning" with
Shower of Mercy, plinth of Love,
Power of Will, light of Hope and
Never-ending courage - we will Survive by sowing
The seeds of Vital Nature to restore Life again. 
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February 06, 2017
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