Simple Poems 4 Sikh Youth
Posted 02 February 2008 - 04:37 PM
Mothers, Fathers, Brothers and Sisters lend me your ears
For this is not just about Bhinderwhale and his spears
Itís about the right of each and every man
Its about our beloved Khalistan
People are confused about this land that could be
But I say to them this is our chance, our chance to be free
They say to me whatís the point or whatís the use?
I tell them its about putting a stop to our neglect and abuse
The army officials do not want us to have our way,
But the bubbars will help us, they will help keep them at bay
Our Lord is our Commander-in-Chief
He will help put an end to all of our griefís
Support our brother Sant Janail Singh Bhindranwhale
And remember the courageous stories of Sikhs like Baba Aluwhalia
This is our new motherland................This will be the Khalsa rule at hand.
2)Mums And Dads
Mums and Dads this is a message to you
You guys make me sick coz you havenít got a clue
Your letting your daughters and sons stray
Instead you should be encouraging them to come to the Gudwara to pray
The state of a Sikh girl nowadays
Itís a reason why our Sikh identity is in such disarray
With the boys what can I see?
Mobs hanging around on street corners being gangster wanna-beís
So whatís the cause of this and whoís to blame?
I think itís the parents and the kids who should hold down their heads in shame
So what is the future for Punjabiís over here
Does it revolve around that drink-beer?
I see a better future than this
I see a life of eternal bliss
3)NEVER FORGET 1984
Where were you in 1984?
Where were you when dead Sikhs lay on the floor?
When we received shot after shot,
And Singhs were tied up with their turbans in knots.
Where were you when Kaurs were raped?
Where were you when they tried but failed to escape?
How was Kuldip Bra allowed to come in?
How was he allowed to do such a hideous sin?
Why was our holiest of temples attacked?
Is it because the Hindustaniís unity with the Sikhs lacked?
Why on that day? When more Sikhs were expected to come and pray?
Is it because the Indian government did not want us to have our say?
So now us Sikhs maybe treated like the poor,
But we will not live on without the memory of 1984 anymoreÖ
Posted 04 February 2008 - 06:31 AM
ohna dian dhotian naal nahi angrezi sarkar hilli, photo jinna dian notan te shapai firde.
Khoon dholke jina lai azaadi, kurbani ohna di aaj bhulai firde,
Bhul gaye sare Bhagat Singh soorme nu, Ehvi Gandhi nu bapu bani firde!!!
Posted 04 March 2008 - 04:36 AM
i found this poam which i want to share with the sad sangat jee sorry if i hurt anyones feeling please forgive thius moorakh.Waheguru Guru Khalsa Panth Hase Hase Jaana Vaardeyah Singh Suroome
She cried for help to her neighbours,
But they were either dead or aa part of the mobs.
She cried out for the police,
But they were supplying kerosene to the mobs.
She cried for help to the politicians,
But they were the instigators of the tragedy.
She cried out to the international press,
They muttered but soon forgot.
She cried out to the World,
BUT YOU DIDN'T WANT TO KNOW.
SHE LAY IN SILENCE, RAPED TORTURED,
WITH HER HUSBAND KILLED AND HER CHILDREN BURNT ALIVE.
WITH HER TOTAL FAITH IN WAHEGURU JEE,
SHE GAVE HER TODAY FOR YOUR TOMORROW.
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