Abdul Wahab


>>> I shall not let myself to get away easily


My eyes are red and mind is indignant
And a face I have too much annoyed
You need not to bother them at all
It is true that I am angry and vexed
And that is not with any one of you
But i am enraged and infuriated with myself
To lead a life and just to sustain
I need to go down and to such a low
From taking bribery to telling lies
Doing conspiracy and spreading malice
As if I do not have any human quality
Nor have I any human value or merit
I am totally disgusted with myself
and fed up with this life which wants
more than the things I can honestly earn
and manage, a huge pity on me,
I cannot live a life, just and true,
without bias and without prejudice
It is an utter shame that I could not take
A balanced view over matters till date
It is too long that I fail to win over
Fear, favor neither have i control over lust and greed
My eyes are red and I am really furious
I shall not let myself to get away this time
and walk away it off the hook easily

Submitted: Sunday, June 08, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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