Jaiprakash Agrawal



Jaiprakash Agrawal




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Stars of the earth shine in the sky.

Eyes empty their tears and gaze in the dark.

Saviors look like Ghosts.

God sleeps in heaven, perhaps testing patience.

Often stars fall from sky and stay in the mother’s womb.

When they emerge from mother’s womb after nine months, light fades and gloom descends.

Then stars move to sky and emit light.

But humanity closes its eyes.

Time is running fast for tolerance to reach its peak.

And there will be none to send the stars to sky.

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