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Oh! Prisoner , My Friend
by Bhuwan Thapaliya

Tuesday, June 24, 2003

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Oh! Prisoner, my friend
Now you are free
To breathe the fresh air
In the terrain of sunshine
And appraise the moonlight
Until your eyes sore dry


Oh! Prisoner, my friend
Exploit your freedom
To free yourself
From the grasp of malice
And live the compassionate life
Like that of the stars in the sky


Oh! Prisoner, my friend
Before you tread outside
Bury your malevolence
Beneath the four walls of the cell
And promise your heart
That you would deceive it no more


Oh! Prisoner, my friend
Walk with resolute spirit
In the new journey of your life
And don’t loose your courage
To make your new dream come true
That very dream of walking in the path of truth


Oh! Prisoner, my friend
Turn your deaf ear to those,
Who abuses you, and turn your head off
From those, who gives you a dismal looks
But saunter in the path of humanity with compassion
And one day, those very people will applause you


Oh! Prisoner, my friend
Don’t think yourself as a lesser being
And don’t be ashamed of your prior deeds
But learn from your grave mistakes
And notify your neo- meditative heart,
That you would never make such mistakes again


Oh! Prisoner, my friend
Shower the seeds of love and gratitude to all
And like the rainbow, embrace the heart of humanity
With your serene demeanor and prove your credentials
To your own soul, then march ahead in the path of god
With vivacious heart compressed with the grandeur of love


Oh! Prisoner, my friend
Now you are not a prisoner
You are a free man with free life
Oh! My friend
Enjoy your freedom and employ it
To make this world free from maladies



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Reviewed by ***** ********* (Reader) 6/26/2003
This is really very, very thoughtful and sophisticated work, Bhuwan! It ios complex in theme and in tone. Really well done and it delivers a great message! Terrific poem!
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 6/24/2003
This was just outstanding, I loved reading this so much tonight,

Reindeer
Reviewed by E T Waldron 6/24/2003
such noble and beautiful thoughts from you Bhuwan! You are a wonderful man, and your art is always intriguing;-)!
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 6/24/2003
wonderful write, as always, bhuwan! (((HUGS))) and love from america, your friend, karen lynn. :)
Reviewed by Sara Russell 6/24/2003
I felt the empathy and humanity running through this poem... thanks for posting it. Sara.
Reviewed by Dale Clark 6/24/2003
Very good!
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 6/24/2003
Well done and taken to heart.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 6/24/2003
This is one of your best, each time I think you can't write one better, you do!!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 6/24/2003
Beautiful lines of wisdom Bhuwan!!
Oh! Prisoner, my friend
Now you are free
To breathe the fresh air
In the terrain of sunshine
And appraise the moonlight
Until your eyes sore dry!!

Most beautifuL bhuwan!!

Love
Tinka
Reviewed by Teresa Dybevik 6/24/2003

I meant why....lol. Truly a lover not a fighter....best why I can describe your stuff.
Reviewed by The Gentle Man 6/24/2003
an outstanding plea for world peace and love......well written!
Reviewed by Tony Nerone 6/24/2003
Wonderfully Written, Bhuwan.


tn
Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader) 6/24/2003

Very stunning. True heart stuff. Is exactly whi I like to read you :) I know where your stuff comes from. :)

Thanks,

Teresa

Reviewed by Marlene Dawn 6/24/2003
Wonderful therapy for all the prisoners.

*Marlene*
Reviewed by Paul Berube 6/24/2003
Bhuwan, excellent poem an wonderful words of wisdom, as always. We are all prisoners to our dreams and to each other.
Reviewed by serenety L 6/24/2003
I loved the last paragraph!
Very well written.
Love
S.
Reviewed by jude forese 6/24/2003
But learn from your grave mistakes
"And notify your neo- meditative heart,
That you would never make such mistakes again"

excellent lines, amoung many, in this fantastic poem...
Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader) 6/24/2003
You do GREAT work....love the pic too!.....ty, Dani
Reviewed by Dove (Reader) 6/24/2003
Such a renewal in power by the very heart and mind..!! Yes, they both have the power to "free" ones self..!!!!

Peace and harmony ,
Dove
Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson 6/24/2003
Very nice, Bhuwan! Some very good passages of advice listed here!

"Oh! Prisoner, my friend
Walk with resolute spirit
In the new journey of your life
And donít loose your courage
To make your new dream come true
That very dream of walking in the path of truth"


Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 6/24/2003
You do good work. [smiles]
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