Mountain Movers. Faith Can Move Mountains

Mountain Movers. Faith Can Move Mountains

Mountain Movers. The Faith Can Move Mountains by the author Adreyo Sen. Enjoy, this perfect poem and think if you are a mountain mover. Have a nice day, Yareah magazine friends.

Mountain Movers. Faith Can Move Mountains

Mountain Movers. Faith Can Move Mountains

Mountain Movers

It’s one of those implicit beliefs

that no one puts any thought


that faith can move mountains.

Many people have faith,

or some variety of it.

But very few

can move mountains.

Mountain-movers do not look

like mountain movers.

They are small

even when they are large.

They are insignificant

by design.

They look like nurses off-duty,

out, rather hopelessly,

to have a good time.

But they can move mountains.

That’s the strength

in their hearts,

the strength that’s so much

a childlike lightness,

a happiness determined

to remain at their side.

After years of pushing hard

at mountains,

calmer with sorrow,

more beautiful with joy,

still so strong,

they move the mountain

they have come to love

by a tiny fraction

of an inch.


they gather their things

and say

their rather meek goodbyes

and disappear into the


to die.

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Adreyo Sen, based in Kolkata, hopes to become a full-time writer. He did his undergraduate work in English and his postgraduate work in English and Sociology. He has been published in Danse Macabre and Kritya.

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