Chetan Tehlan

Rookie (15-08-1995 / new delhi 73)

Funny


How easy is it to no?
To someone you know
To escape yourself from the hell
Pushing others to well
I guess time had make it easy now
To divide on reasons right
Making some sense for thinking
And rest for fight
I endure you for the mind
No one will ever find
That your help was so kind
That even a beggar want to bless you with money
And you are as sweet as honey
But though it sound funny
Coz if it was like that
It may have ended sunny

Submitted: Saturday, June 08, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 01, 2013

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‘Bad’ that’s the way it is when everything just passes around you, through you and you just watch it like some other guy waiting for its fate to do something right for ya, but that’s not the way life leads—
You have to be hungry for your rights, for all the right reasons you have to

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