Piyush Dey

Freshman - 1,138 Points (India)

The Journey Of A Man


It was just the last moment
That i was gifted life,
By Heaven's caring arms
I came into the world.
To smile and play with all a zeal,
Innocent of the life and
Unwilling to school,
I played a many mischief
Leaving behind unforgettable memories,
Then all of a sudden,
I entered the adolescent
To grow and think and feel and understand
What actually life is all about,
Then slowly a more stronger man
With a puissant mind, trenchant eyes,
fantabulous grin, and-
a heart mingled with a thousand chords,
And then a liable man,
A little more serious, a little more old,
A little more understanding,
A little more hardworking,
Moving with the fast ballad of life
To reach a slow age-
The grand age,
with wrinkled skin, bespectacled eyes,
and grey hair,
A weak self with more stronger
thoughts,
Moving joyously...slowly...
To Close the eyes-
to see the heaven..
and vanish into the stars above
And twinkle for a life all over again.

Submitted: Monday, October 28, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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