Arnab Chaudhuri


My friendly foe


Consumed in the darkness
Of the dreary habit
Of receiving random results
Containing sighs of despair,
Have I yet not lost the hope?
No not yet.
Baking myself in the fiery deluge
Of agonizing marks,
My vocal vibrates -
'O my friendly foe 'Failure'
Will thou never leave mine side ever? '
The wordings dampen out in the vacant
No reply offered.
None but my rosy anticipations of His leave,
Still lingers on
In my conscious dreams.

Submitted: Sunday, July 13, 2014

Topic(s): irony


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