From the Publisher
Or, Screams You Do Not Hear
Since time immemorial, I am trying to wake you up but you don’t. Not complaining, for such is not my nature; Mine is to wake you up.
Not frustrated for I cannot be I just have to wake you up.
Melody in bird’s chirping, Coolness in the summer breeze, Burning heat in midday sun Deafening monsoon thunder I did it all just to wake you up.
Spark in the first kiss, Comfort in mother’s embrace, Sensual grains in chocolate mousse and Rush and reward in market risk I did it all, just to wake you up.
From the Author
My Favourite Poem (Free Preview)
Rise Flower Children Rise
Look into her eyes, you see love You felt ages ago At speakeasy, at protest rallies In the pubs, across the hallways, in the dorms. Was anyone excluded from your love? O dear flower children Same feeling has come to haunt you Now as your children.
Why fight it Why put shackles on The freedom you created?
The freedom to love; peace not war.