Bilawal Bhutto Zardari: The Pride of Nation – by Saria Benazir

All eras coming ahead,
Life coerces to bellow out,
O yes! I’m not too vulnerable,
Not much bleak,
For there lies a trust,
Obscurity never perseveres,
A sunup is still to come,
To inhabit the face of the orb…
Same here,
Though, a anecdote of blood,
Describing it entails superfluous guts,
A sensitivity, valor enough to bear,
And of course, eyes with adequate gap,
Yes! Space to hold the shreds…
Gosh! My leader was taken away,
Too viciously,
So callously was she assassinated,
For the stab was to murder democracy,
To slay the symbol of confederacy,
The insignia of peoples power…

Though, epochs are hard-hitting,
And of course, survival’s must,
For I get to recollect my Bibi’s last few words,
How many Bhuttos would you kill,
From every house, a Bhutto would come…
Those words seized enough genuineness,
Enough profundity to sum up details,
To bring the realities on a slip of paper..
Still, the soreness of losing you lingers,
But with a hope…

People went with a goal,
Held determinations to eliminate the name,
The name of a blood filled heritage Bhutto,
To throw out the so called emblem of democracy,
My beloved Pakistan Peoples Party,
But to all the adversaries,
The first defeat, though too perplexing,
The moments still in agony,
The sky, in prostration to her decorum,
Of course, the countrymen chanting,

Instants later,
The voice of PAKISTAN KHAPPAY strikes my ear,
And I’m almost back in life,
When directs later,
I hear a juvenile Bhutto,
Calling out his mother’s words,
Though, remembering those minutes,
Its not less throbbing,
Still, the world is a bystander to his audacity,
The legacy is continued by Bilawal,
Who converses in the words of his mom,
Democracy is the greatest reprisal…

In precedent years,
I see his buoyancy,
Belief in his mom’s doctrine,
Having apprehension for every worker of the party,
Even for a layman,
I found in him a new Benazir…
For both the expressions,
Bilawal & Benazir are meant to be the same,
I heed him calling for Bhutto-ism,
And the slogans Jeay Bhutto,
It makes the world memorize the Hero of the Muslim World Z A Bhutto…

In his utterance,
I feel the words of my cherished leader,
His eyes,
Filled with the agony of missing his mom,
Still, an optimism for all,
His personality,
I find in it my Bibi’s dignity…

Happy Birthday ♥

by Saria Benazir.

3 responses to “Bilawal Bhutto Zardari: The Pride of Nation – by Saria Benazir”

  1. Watch this whole video, she is only accused of stealing less than 10,000 dollars but this can put an end to her political life. And we have people running this nation who are accused of stealing/making billions of dollars illegally. Should we ask UN to help us? Should we the people of Pakistan request a trail in the international court? Do you want to live in Pakistan with pride? Do you want to feel like proud Pakistan while carrying passport of Pakistan? If yes then act now.. This time we will not stop till we clean the nation from corrupt politicians. Which means once Zardari leaves we will go after all other corrupt politicians A to Z.

    U.S. Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell is being investigated for writing personal checks from campaign money, which is like stealing money under USA laws , people gave her the money to be used for election campaign.
    @ 1:38 timeline of the recording see how the prosecutor talking about honesty and dignity.
    Dignity and honesty is important because then the pride of honesty keeps them straight forward and no one see’s them based on weaknesses since they have none. All of the activity is done honestly.. Very important for any Government official to have honesty and dignity.
    Link to video

  2. He is a son of a martyr and a grand-son of a martyr too.He is undoubtedly a pride of the nation.