Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Remembering Martin Luther King

I don’t see color

I don’t see race

I don’t see religion

I don’t see gender

 

I see a man

I see a human

 

I have a thought

I have an idea

I have a vision

I have a dream

 

Dear Readers:- As you know I am not a poet but it seemed like a good dedication to Martin Luther King.

36 comments:

shuchita said...

I agree with you about the good dedication not the not a poet part

Kirtivasan said...
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☆ Rià ღ said...

nice lines. :)

A said...

Thanks. Just noticed Google added Reply option.

A said...

Thanks Ria. :))

Sandhya said...

Very good lines! Did you say you are not a poet?! Wrong!

♥●• İzdihër •●♥ said...

Thanks for sharing.

Alka Gurha said...

profound.

Tanvi said...

That's a lovely homage!

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A said...

Thanks Sandhya:)))

Destination Infinity said...

What you have written is definitely not text, its a poem! :) We are able to understand the synthesis of his life through the minimum words in your poem. Good job.

Destination Infinity

Usha said...

A, You have very well described Martin Luther King with this short poem with minimal use of words. Good Tribute.

A said...

Thanks

A said...

Thanks Usha. Long time you are back.

Anjuli said...

Very good dedication to Martin Luther King! You've done an amazing job with this short poem.

sm said...

nice poem
just add lines to pem
i have a blog
and here is my poem for you.

NRIGirl said...

Hats off to Poet @A! Excellent lines as always!

But didn't MLK fight for his own race? Would he have done the same if things were other way round? That would make one a true hero - what do you say?

Amrit said...

Thank you Anjuli.

Amrit said...

Haha. Thanks SM

Amrit said...

May be he would have. May be not. To your point, majority was from the 'other' race who agreed to him and supported....so we should salute American people too.

Kirtivasan said...

Well said. I have a blog.

aarkay said...

Nice tribute to a great soul- cutting across all barriers of race, color and creed !

....Petty Witter said...

A great dedication I think, it says it all, thanks A.

Kiran Bajaj Sawhney said...

Fabulous

Muhammad Israr said...

marvelous... such a simple poem with such a deep message and dedicated to such a great man... i think if we follow these lines, there would be no problems of any kind in this world....

Rachna said...

Pretty good!

kavita said...

It is a beautiful tribute Amrit !

AJEYA RAO said...

Very nicely written.

Amrit said...

Thanks Aarkay

Amrit said...

He was a great man. Thanks Tracy.

Amrit said...

Fabulous comment too :)) Thanks

Amrit said...

Thanks Muhammad.

Amrit said...

Thank you Rachna :))

Amrit said...

Thanks Ajeya.

Pesto Sauce said...

One of the great orators of our time

PriPat said...

Simple just like ur blog name!! Sweet