Farhan Akhtar pays lyrical tribute to Peshawar victims

Wednesday, December 31st, 2014 5:02:57 by

Farhan Akhtar has penned a poem to pay tribute to the Peshawar victims. Along with versatile acting, Akhtar is also known for raising voice against ill, he has also been named as ‘US Women Goodwill Ambassador for South Asia’. ‘Rock On’ star wrote a lyrical tribute to the victims of the Peshawar attack. The poem ‘Childhood lost in Peshawar’ is so touching that it manages to bring out tears ever in the toughest of human beings. The Poem ‘Childhood lost in Peshawar’ by Farhan Akhtar reads: My brother nudged me on a cold winter morningHe said wake up it’s time to leaveThe sun won’t be out another two hours from nowI said let me go back to sleepHe left me thereAll nice and warmRan off to meet his friendBags on their backsTheir smiling facesVanished around the bend Crying out I awoke mother twisting my earShe said be more like your brotherIn my heart how I wished I was their only sonNever compared to anotherShe loved him more Or so I thoughtHe was the special oneHer pride her joyHer golden boyHer shade in life's harsh sun Why couldn't it be meWhy couldn't it be me Writing on lined pages a…
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