Zakir Sayeed

(01 jan 1990 / Chennai)

A Journey

A journey started with you and me,
Green all around we.
Thorns and Flowers everywhere,
You protected me when i dare.
Flowers is all I stare,
Illusions you solved for me
Because you treasured the care.

Others heard about we two,
Jealous they become along with greens too,
The left all the rest
Replayed us to enjoy our fest.
Some black eyes wanders our the nest,
Nothing happen over the power of heart.
So even in dreams they called us the best.

Suddenly my time has come
You chose the other,
I have to take the another.
Our fable has ended,
I leave trial to be missed.
Memorize me and learn from myself,
To develop yourself.
Forgiveness I seek because all is done here,
I leave to somewhere.

Ahead into the world,
Which amongst folk are stories told.
My mistakes turns me to ash,
Negligence of being rash.
Even in crowd i am all alone.
But somehow like folks know
Almighty love helps behind.
Sleeping in the dark,
Where the only weather is black winter.
Its folk i expect help from
Some gets lots
Hope i don't get some..

Now the siren sounds.
The day has come.
My journey has taken a new round.
Judgment is taken,
Its true folks your stories does hold;
Its dreary hot to numb cold.
Some chapters fold.
Somehow made to fulfill the ultimate desire,
With the help of Mercy prophets hire........

Submitted: Sunday, January 10, 2010

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