chris chettissery


The days and nights never come again to me
When she hollo me to her
But how can I leave this beautiful planet
I cant I cant as I am one among this planet

My parents and brothers vanished from my sight
When one little eye close forever
But how can I leave them
I cant I cant as I am one among my family

My pals will never come to disturb me
When one corpus rest forever
But how can I leave them
cant I cant as I am one among my pals

My kins never come to me again
When one last breathe vanish forever
But how can I leave them
I cant I cant as I am one among my kins

I cant leave anyone
As everyone belong to my life
And they all are my way, truth and truth itself
So how can I leave them

She call me to her
I know one day I have to go with her
But her hollo is so early for me
I just began to love them all

When life provides me happiness
The faith shows its real face to me
I knew its life, the true life
and ever one needs to face it

At last the time arrived
Left behind lovable one and sweet memories
Giving nothing to the world
And went to eftsoon

Submitted: Sunday, July 10, 2011
Edited: Sunday, July 10, 2011

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