Siddharth Shah

Rookie (11 July 1993)

Circling Around A Point


Why so grim my friend?
Salvation awaits your self
You live and die each moment
Ignoring isn't gonna make a difference

Speak nothing of such kind
All these fantasies are just dreams
Day or night, give yourself a break

This world's ending a bit soon
Killing each other won't make a change
Nothing is conserved when death awaits
All time is gonna end

Mind is polluting your soul
The pain only remains inside
Monsters are haunting you everywhere
Heart stops beating for the rain comes

There's nothing to prove to others
It's meaninglessness all around
Burst of energy is within a reach

No pondering into your eyes
Every thing is already seen
You blinded by black in blank
Nature is change in itself

Ghosts are whispering your fears
You are about to enter the hole
Life is circling around a point

Submitted: Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, October 17, 2012

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