Footpath II

Hello friends, before I begin, I must tell you, this may be the worst verse you will ever read in your life; the simple reason being, even I did not enjoy reading it after I wrote. Still, since I used up some time in writing this, so I am posting this. And this is almost the last post for this month, since after this I’ll be busy preparing for my end-semester exams. The only post to come out this month after this will be “Abyss 3”, which I will put up on May 25th, 2011. Till then, read this verse, and pull your hair apart if you don’t like it. πŸ˜›


Thunder, lightning, rain clouds around,
Everyone here to himself bound,
Where men are murdered and no one asks,
Anarchism hidden in tranquility’s masks.
There used to be on that side of the street,
A footpath, where together were our feet,
It is gone now, the footpath is gone,
It is gone now, you are gone.
How happy we were then now I think,
When we smiled at each other even for a wink,
How am I today, alas, half-dead,
The oceans of my eyes have turned blood-red.
How I feel on my shoulders even now sometimes,
Your hand, and grasped in it, my life.
The kohl you applied, the anklets you wore,
Are still in my mind, memories sore.
Far on the sand numb and quiet,
You sit and think, I don’t know what.
Hands raise out of the smoke and fall,
Silently this pain is killing all,
Fallen around are bleeding bodies,
They die, they rot, a hundred bodies.
When I was born, I had a dream,
It went suffocated, died my dream.
Where birds die daily because of people’s wrath,
That’s the place where was the footpath.

Meet you soon. I do not know when I will write next, I am out of stock in thoughts, my mind is so full of fears for the examination. Wish me all the best, and remember to come to my blog on 25th May. πŸ™‚ Bye-bye for now.

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