Broke my head!
Some poem were written on self
Some on others, or an imagination.
Some I wrote to draw the attention
Some I wrote as a question
Or an answer to some ones question.
One I wrote Without Thinking anything.....
And it land me into a WELL.
And not knowing
Which direction it went
I searched everywhere
For my poem
To which direction it went.
Well it reached to
Some unknown destination
Which I could never imagine.
Since I wrote without
Channelising it properly
Made me realise that
My poem can land this way too
Either a crash landing
Or safe landing
Or a parachute landing.
Or keep hanging on space itself.
But one thing is sure
It will surely land
But not sure where it will land
And on whose hand it will land!
Finally I landed along with poem
With a big crash and break my
Head for 3 days...
Writing a poem just took only a few hours.
But correcting and channelising it took
3 days by breaking the head through out the day!
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