Cityscape – A poem

Fragile walls never
make a monument,
Pillars so weak, could
never shelter love.

You aren’t a museum to
exhibit the fossils of failures
and miseries from the past;
but a fountain of grandeur

that seeps hope and life
into the toughest of crusts
with the little things you do.
Castles must you build,

and shatter the cemeteries
of regret with me today;
cement the fissures left
by the age old pain with

an ironclad faith instead.
Otherwise how could we
bridge the worlds and paint
a cityscape without borders?

– Anuj Mahadik

Photo by: Savio Pashana.

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