TARA.. Star


Any thing left more? ? ?


Can't walk anymore, on broken dreams road,
can't hold a hope for my hopless life!

How fool i was, didn't understand brutality of this world
how strong i was, when i was dreaming for my life

What they've gained after ruining my future?
or shall i accept it as my destiny and sigh!

still no guilt is found in their eyes...
& tears of mine, like dropp of blood, that falls & dies....

Submitted: Friday, December 25, 2009

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  • John Knight (12/26/2009 3:02:00 PM)

    Hi Tara - There is anote of dipair in this poem - but it does reflect what happens in real life.. V 1 A note of dispair - what went wrong? V 2 We all have dreams but life lets us down - and treats us unkindly. V 3 Poses a question - Do others acctually gain form our downfall or is it destiny? V 4 It is a fact of life - when others treat us badly - they don't but in the end we do. This is a well structured poem with a salutary message. I score it a 10 for structure and content. Yours - JOHN. (Report) Reply

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