Abdul Wahab


>>> Me with my mind


No retreat

After getting hammered

So much upon my head

Please

do not rush to conjecture

the image of a war

I am too non-violent

May be due to my obligation

Or for the strength I posses



This is a battlefield

of romantic love in which

I have given so much

the same amount of

love now

in return is required

from my beloved, my mind.



you may call it a fun game

I am playing with my mind

In this full flagged tussle

It is a joy to lose myself

Yet I will not retreat

Till the victory of my mind



so much I have gone deep

from where

No return is possible

Any way, if I be careless,

a little

The power of bouncy will push me up

In a up thrust

and I will find myself floating, which

my mind will never accept.



I have walked miles

And my mind has descended

Into water, waist deep

And the show must be put up

No letting off the hook

And lets start

plucking

Un- conceived ideas and virgin thoughts.

Submitted: Sunday, June 08, 2014

Topic(s): mind


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