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noctiluca scintillans

A small Dark Dot in Plain White Sheet Seeks SALVATION

I did things my way
not that without prior thoughts and thinking
but with all the moral and social ethics i have been taught
helping others in every way possible
keeping promises
smiling, locking away tears somewhere inside
showing the way
time when, even i was lost
being dumb rather than harsh
and what else, know what?
without calling nothing mine

never thought days like these are approaching
what a co-workers doubted
i was sinful
oh! ! unbearable

no matter what
i don't have habit of complaining others
always searched for the impetus
by which it make them say so
maybe somewhere, sometime i don't know
they perceive it the way things were going in their mind
or might have seem somewhat inclined towards it

so am looking
for salvation
maybe even for a little bit
if the sin was ever there

Submitted: Thursday, August 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 23, 2013

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