Siddharth Tripathi


Move-On


Coming and going dreams
Fading and appearing images
Bringing all ups and down
From sun of east to west

Which type of image is it
Which is not stable at all
What type of feeling is it
Why is it itching deep in heart

Words have lost somewhere
Eyes are red in cries
Heart is beating fast
And body is growing insensible

Everything seems
Stupid, in pain
Feeling low, becoming mad
Getting tensed, loosing self control

My world is filling with depression
Thus thinking over & over
Hating everyone, feeling lonely
Growing worthless & wild

Getting weak & sick
Losing smile & power
Trying to erase memories
For final move-on

Submitted: Sunday, September 08, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013
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