SALINI NAIR

Veteran Poet - 3,343 Points (kottayam)

A cycle


Oh it's a commencement
Innocence stampede at grin
There the teeth never fences virtues
One day tongue clog in lies
There it rise as a tree
On its branches nests life
There sprinkle hope and lust
Hog of life margin in selfishness
Existence tune as a necessity
Medley of fraudulence echoed
There in shade search a glow
But impeded ways before a long time
Hope itself blocked in its cage
Then the darkness was hue
There moved in search of a candle
But it's inhumane
It lay on selfishness
There pursues invaded
Life is inhibited
Now it's to eternity
To reborn as innocent! ! ! !

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Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2014

Topic(s): life


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