For whom does the bell toll (Poem):
When a catastrophe grabs us by the throat,
We plea for thy mercy to stay afloat
Thou said, No man is an island,
We recall this in the face of adversity, when nameless faces sought for the marooned
When asked, did you come to rescue us?
The distressed nameless said, I came to bail out mine own name from curse
With restored faith and a clear soul,
We walk together over the debris to restore the world for one and all
We shall not wait nor ask for whom the bell tolls,
For a part of us dies, when the bell tolls.