This post has been published by me as a part of the Blog-a-Ton 51; the fifty-first edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. In association with Red Ink Publishers and “Curse Of The Red Soil” by Durgesh Shastri. To be part of the next edition, visit and start following Blog-a-Ton.

It Was Just A Dream

A politician came, high on fame,
removed corruption ,poverty,rapes,
Opposition lacked any charges on his name,
cheaper are oil,onion,potato and grapes.

then I heard a scream and realized that it was just a dream.

A girl in a dress tight, on lonely road in night,
soon surrounded by so many men,
To help her in reaching home,they started to fight,
she reached home safely without any strain,

then I heard a scream and realized that it was just a dream.

A poor village boy, playing with a toy,
All children of his age studying in school,
Childhood is without burden and full of joy,
they all are happy, healthy and cool,

then I heard a scream and realized that it was a dream.

A small nation is in full elation,
As it is now free,world was free,
there is peace in the world and satisfaction,
World is growing like a family tree,

then again I heard a scream and realized that it was my dream.

Don’t bother, if now they are not Β reality,
We will succeed, these dreams gives this surety.

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13 thoughts on “It Was Just A Dream

  1. Ah! What a beautiful message, Cifar! When I read the first paragragh, I was wondering who it could be, then realised that it was just a dream. The second and third raised a question in my heart, and the last made me think – will it come true?

    Loved it so much. All the best!

    Someone is Special

  2. Yea..every word true…you wrote whats burning inside every Indian's heart..
    Your last line reminds me of – Hum Honge Kamiyab…but truely speaking, they sound empty

    Liked it very much…All the best for BATOM πŸ™‚

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