hasmukh amathalal

Gold Star - 24,090 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Blame me


Blame me for everything,
Spare me for nothing,
I left behind special thing,
My memory to miss something,

It was to last and something to cherish,
Till I am forgotten and completely perished,
My soul still roams and not finished,
Blot on old cloths removed andwashed

I was awaiting a simple death,
To live alive in memory and breath,
So till last I may have say,
With beautiful time and day

All dues and regards I pay,
Still she may have all the say,
She may have hopes in sun rays,
I still hesitate and remember in many ways,

I will remain calm and narrate,
Always grant her higher the rate,
May be it was my fate,
What to write and what to state,

I had simple memory as clean slate,
I may be called or addressed as late,
I may have long wait to decide the fate
Before it is. All over and nothing to state

Submitted: Monday, June 01, 2009

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